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Webinar: How freedom of choice adds value to public goods

12. veljače 2021. | Izdvojeno, Razno, Događanja
Webinar: How freedom of choice adds value to public goods

Nakon niza izrazito posjećenih webinara, nastavljaju se zanimljiva predavanja na aktualne teme koje organizira Ekonomski fakultet u Splitu u suradnji s ERSA Hrvatska (Hrvatska Sekcija Europskog Udruženja Regionalnih Istraživanja).

U svojim kalendarima zabilježite: četvrtak, 18. veljače 2021. u 13:00 h

Naziv predavanja: How freedom of choice adds value to public goods

Predavač: dr. sc. Ivan Romić

  • Postdoctoral Fellow at School of Artificial Intelligence, Optics, and Electronics (iOPEN) Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an 710072, China, and Statistics and Mathematics College, Yunnan University of Finance and Economics, Kunming 650221, China;
  • Visiting Researcher at Graduate School of Economics, Osaka City University, Osaka 558-8585, Japan.

Public goods, from tangible properties to intangible services, benefit all. They are produced or maintained through widespread participation in public goods provision. Low participation rates are therefore a looming threat that has motivated countless searches for ways to elicit participation. Recent theory suggests that social networks, as woven by personal relationships, are instrumental. We organized a social dilemma game experiment to investigate whether player participation in public goods provision depends on the global characteristics of social networks or the ability to freely choose among local public goods within a player’s network neighborhood. Our results demonstrate the importance of the latter factor, thus favoring bottom-up public goods provision that gives individuals a say in decision-making. In this presentation, we discuss the implications of our results for public goods management, especially in the context of local and regional governments

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Meeting ID: 950 3415 2934
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