When Foul Play Seems Fair: Meritocratic (Un)Fairness and ( Dis )Honesty. Fabio Galeotti (University of East Anglia) Reuben Kline (Stony Brook University) Raimondello Orsini (University of Bologna). Lorentz Center, NorMAS Workshop 2013. Belief in a Just World and Redistribution.
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Fabio Galeotti (University of East Anglia)
Reuben Kline (Stony Brook University)
Raimondello Orsini (University of Bologna)
Lorentz Center, NorMAS Workshop 2013
Under BJW, unfairness might trigger a redistributive reaction.
Meritocratic fairness honesty
Meritocratic unfairness dishonesty
2) Stronger effect in USA than in Italy, since American subjects should be more sensitive to meritocracy (WVS)
(No difference between EE high (EI high) and EE low (EI low) we pool the data)