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... posi- tion in the line) whether to withdraw their money from the bank or keep it deposited. If the action of a depositor would be observed by some subsequent depositor, (s)he was also informed. Similarly, if a depositor was observing a predecessor in the line, (s)he was informed about that depositor's action before making her/his own decision. In Fig. 1, we present some screenshots from our experi- ...
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... shown in Fig. 1, the network structure was presented graph- ically to the subjects on the right-hand side of the screen. On the left-hand side, a block of text informed the subjects about their deposit insurance affects depositors' decisions, depending on whether the decisions are sequential or simultaneous. Another possible interpretation of the ...
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... upon the amount that is invested in the project till the end. 9 The Kruskal-Wallis test indicates that there are no gender differences with regard to age or major (p-values = 0.5535 and 0.8416, respectively). See Appendix B for further details. position in that round and verbally summarized the (local) infor- mation flow among the depositors. In Fig. 1A, we illustrate the case of depositor 1, who knows that depositor 2 will observe her/his decision. Because there is no link between depositor 1 and depos- itor 3, depositor 1 knows that depositor 3 will not observe her/his action. The fact that the information is local implies that depositor 1 is unaware whether depositor 3 observes ...
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... 2 will observe her/his decision. Because there is no link between depositor 1 and depos- itor 3, depositor 1 knows that depositor 3 will not observe her/his action. The fact that the information is local implies that depositor 1 is unaware whether depositor 3 observes depositor 2 (note the "?" symbol on the line that connects depositors 2 and 3). Fig. 1B presents the case of a depositor 2 who has observed a waiting and must then decide what to do. Depositor 2 knows that depositor 3 will observe her/his decision. At the bottom of the screen, the sub- jects were reminded of the payoff consequences of each possible action and the fact that the computer was programmed to always withdraw ...