Discrimination by gender and social distance by Dufwenberg
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When a person has been selected in this manner, we will use a lottery mechanism to select the randomly selected woman that is affected by the decision. We will announce her code number. She can then recieve her money (minus tax) by contacting us before 12 noon on March 30, 2000. The task Your task is thus to determine a division of 1000 kronor between yourself and a randomly selected woman who is also a student in the introductory economics course this term. The division must add upp to 1000 kronor for your answer to be valid.
In order to pay you money we will need to know that the person receiving the money really is the one selected in the lottery. Since the code number below is connected with social security number and initials we can check your identification. ) __ __ (your initials) When you have filled in all the information above, fold this form (once) and put it before you on the desk.
The division must add upp to 1000 kronor for your answer to be valid. It is important that you choose your decision without discussing it with anyone else in the room. Make your decision by filling in the amounts below: DIVISION: ___________ kronor to myself, ___________ kronor to the randomly selected woman Your anwer will soon be collected. Your code number and answer will only be announced if you are selected through the lottery as has been described above. Otherwise, you will remain completely anonymous in relation to all other participants in the experiment.