Speech Is Silver, Silence Is Golden
AbstractThis paper experimentally investigates free-riding behavior on communication cost in a coordination game and finds strong indications of such free-riding. Firstly, the subjects wait for others to send a message when communication is costly, which does not happen when communication is costless. Secondly, the proportion of games where no communication or one-way communication takes place is much higher when communication is costly compared to when it is free. View Full-Text
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Andersson, O.; Holm, H.J. Speech Is Silver, Silence Is Golden. Games 2013, 4, 497-507.
Andersson O, Holm HJ. Speech Is Silver, Silence Is Golden. Games. 2013; 4(3):497-507.Chicago/Turabian Style
Andersson, Ola; Holm, Hakan J. 2013. "Speech Is Silver, Silence Is Golden." Games 4, no. 3: 497-507.