What causes the strength-is-weakness effect in coalition formation: Passive adoption or active selection of self-serving allocation rules? (Dataset)

Joeri Wissink*, Ilja van Beest, Tila Pronk, Niels van de Ven

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Abstract

This data package contains (meta) data, analysis scripts, and relevant documents for the project: Resources as (ir)relevant input and the Strength-is-Weakness effect in coalition formation This project examines whether the Strength-is-Weakness effect in coalition formation decreases when resources are perceived to be relevant input. Input relevance is manipulated by earning resources through effort (Study 1) and creating an explicit relationship between resources and payoffs (Study 2). (2020-01-07)
Original languageEnglish
PublisherDataverse NL
Media of outputOnline
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2021

Keywords

  • BEHAVIOR
  • EQUITY
  • FAIRNESS
  • NEED
  • PAYS
  • POWER
  • coalition formation
  • is&#8208
  • self&#8208
  • serving allocation rules
  • strength&#8208
  • weakness

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