Understanding trust: The role of false consensus

Jeffrey V. Butler, Paola Giuliano, Luigi Guiso, 18 December 2012



Every day millions of people deal with others they know nothing or very little about. A Norwegian tourist buys a carpet in Casablanca. A woman in Mexico City hails a cab on the street. A person with a never-before-experienced eye pain asks an ophthalmologist for advice.

Topics: Frontiers of economic research
Tags: Culture, false consensus, trust

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