Journal of Risk and Uncertainty
The Effects of Financial Incentives in Experiments: A Review and Capital-Labor-Production Framework [статья]
Опубликовано на портале: 11-01-2003Colin F. Camerer, Robin M. Hogarth Journal of Risk and Uncertainty. 1999. Vol. 19. No. 1/3. P. 7-42(36) .
We review 74 experiments with no, low, or high performance-based financial incentives. The modal result has no effect on mean performance (though variance is usually reduced by higher payment). Higher incentive does improve performance often, typically judgment tasks that are responsive to better effort. Incentives also reduce presentation effects (e.g., generosity and risk-seeking). Incentive effects are comparable to effects of other variables, particularly cognitive capital and task production demands, and interact with those variables, so a narrow-minded focus on incentives alone is misguided. We also note that no replicated study has made rationality violations disappear purely by raising incentives.