Consider Culture – The Importance of Controlling for Culture in Behavioral and Experimental Economics

In this post I argue that leaving culture out of consideration in empirical studies in the fields of Behavioral and Experimental Economics can put the generality of results found at danger. The starting point of my argument is the omitted variable bias. When relevant independent variables are left out in empirical analysis, the results obtained … Continue reading Consider Culture – The Importance of Controlling for Culture in Behavioral and Experimental Economics