Ulf Liebe and Andreas Tutić

The Interplay of Social Status and Reciprocity

Note: We thank Elias Naumann for his support in conducting the quasi-experiment on occupational status, and Sascha Grehl, Helena Schmidt, and Melis Kirgil for editing the graphs and typesetting. We would also like to thank an anonymous reviewer for his/her comments and suggestions. Further, financial support from the German Research Foundation (DFG LI 1730/2-1) and the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (“Feodor Lynen Research Fellowship”, Andreas Tutić) is also gratefully acknowledged.

Abstract: While it is a well-established fact that social-status hierarchies and reciprocity norms can promote, regulate and stabilize social order, little is known about the interplay of ...

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