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Project Timing

  • Start
    Jan 16 2016
  • End
    May 15 2016

01/16/2016 05/15/2016

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Overall Project Completion

  • Litterature review, Problematic and Hypothesis

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  • Manuscript

    60%

  • 40%

    Experiment

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    Presentations slides

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Litterature review, Problematic and Hypothesis

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Experiment

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Manuscript

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Presentations slides

1. design of the research topic Complete 0%

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  • Position du problème

2. Litterature Review Complete 5%

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Rawls (experiment), Veil of ignorance

  • Bond, D., & Park,  J. C. (1991). An empirical test of Rawls’s theory of justice: a second approach, in Korea and in the United States. Simulation & Gaming, 22, 443-462. pdf
  • Carlsson, F., Gupta, G., & Johansson-Stenman, O. (2003). Choosing from behind a veil of ignorance in India. Applied Economics Letters, 10, 825-827. pdf
  • Cruz-Doña,  R., dela Martina, A. (2000). Diverse groups agreeing on a system of justice in distribution: evidence from the Philippines. The Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics, 11, 35-76. pdf
  • Frohlich, N., Oppenheimer, J. A., & Eavey,  C. L. (1987a). Choices of principles of distributive justice in experimental groups. American Journal of Political Science, 31, 606-636. pdf
  • Frohlich, N., Oppenheimer, J. A., & Eavey,  C. L. (1987b). Laboratory results on Rawls’ distributive justice. British Journal of Political Science, 17, 1-21. pdf
  • Johansson-Stenman, O., Carlsson, F., & Daruvala,  D. (2002). Measuring future grandparents’ preferences for equality and relative standing. The Economical Journal112, 362-383. pdf
  • Kownov, J. (2013). Which is the fairest one of all? A positive analysis of justice theories. Journal of Economic Literature, 41, 1188-1239. pdf
  • Krawczyk, K. (2010). A glimpse through the veil of ignorance: Equality of opportunity and support for redistribution. Journal of Public Economics, 94, 131-141. pdf
  • Kriss,  P. H., Loewenstein, G., Wang, X. & Weber, R. A. et al (2001). Behind the veil of ignorance: self-serving bias in climate change negotiations. Judgment and Decision Making, 6, 602-615. pdf
  • Lissowski, G., Tyszka, T., & Okrasa, W. (1991). Principles of distributive justice. Experiments in Poland and America. The Journal of Conflict Resolution, 35, 98-119. pdf
  • Michaelson, Z. (2015). Biases in choices about fairness: psychology and economic inequality. Judgment and Decision Making, 10, 198-203. pdf
  • Norton, M. I., & Ariely, D. (2011). Building a better America—One wealth auintile at a time. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 6(1), 9-12. pdf
  • Schildberg-Hörisch, H. (2010). Is the veil of ignorance only a concept about risk? An experiment. Journal of Public Economics, 94, 1062-1066. pdf
  • Yaari, M. E., & Bar-Hillel, M. (1984). On dividing justly. Social Choice and Welfare, 1, 1-24. pdf

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