Altruistic giving is investigated using the Andreoni–Miller (2002) dictator game with 3778 participants in three populations — Chinese from Beijing and Singapore and Jews from Israel. We replicate the Andreoni–Vesterlund (2001) finding that women are more equality-focused than men. Additionally, participants from China are more generous than those from Singapore or Israel.
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This study was supported by grants from AXA Research Fund, France , John Templeton Foundation, United States (ID: 21240 ), Ministry of Education of Singapore , National Natural Science Foundation of China (key project no. 72033006 ), and National Social Science Fund of China (no. 18BJL046 ).
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- Cultural differences
- Dictator games
- Gender differences
- Lab experiment
- Social preference