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An empirical analysis of contestant decision-making and risk-aversion in the TV game show "Deal or No Deal" (the Australian Version). See here.
Posted by Michael Heise on 20 April 2006 at 04:21 PM in Scholarship | Permalink
These groups should team up to get a global data set. What pleads for the Dutch group is the big prize in Holland (up to 5m euro!), which dwarfs the other shows. And the Holland-Germany comparison in the Dutch study is a real eye-opener. Keep up the good work!
05 June 2006 at 04:41 PM
There is also one on the Italian version of the show (Bombardini and Trebbi http://www.people.fas.harvard.edu/~trebbi/BT_17nov2005.pdf), and yet another one on the Australian version of the show (Mulino, Scheelings, Brooks and Faff http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=877012). I believe that Glenn Harrison in Florida is working on a large cross-country sample also. There are doubtless a few others out there also.
28 April 2006 at 04:11 AM
Here's another one on the same topic. Post, Thierry, Van den Assem, Martijn J., Baltussen, Guido and Thaler, Richard H., "Deal or No Deal? Decision Making Under Risk in a Large-Payoff Game Show": http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=636508
20 April 2006 at 05:21 PM
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