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Relation: Research has been partially supported by an International Business Center grant from the Katz Graduate School of Business to Hannan, Moser, and Kagel and by a National Science Foundation grant to Kagel. We thank Hidehiko Ichimura for helpful discussions in analyzing the data, to Ernst Fehr and Simon Gachter for providing us with timely access to their data, to David Cooper for helpful discussions, to comments of seminar participants at Case‐Western Reserve University and the University of Pittsburgh, and to the unusually thorough comments of our referee. All responsibility for errors rests with us.
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