The science of apologies with experimental evidence

Ben Ho, 13 May 2014



Following the recent wave of apologies by politicians,1 celebrities,2 and in particular by firms,3 there have been numerous commentaries about the nature of apology – in particular how it is pointless and overused.

Topics: Frontiers of economic research
Tags: apologies, Behavioural economics, causal effects, experimental economics, lab experiments

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