BARGAINING OVER THE BALLET

By Caterina Mauri and Alexander Wolf

Women and men in couples enjoy shared leisure activities. When their preferences are not aligned, they implicitly (or explicitly) bargain over their arts consumption. The more influential a woman is within the couple, the more both partners consume high culture in a way that matches female singles’ preferences.

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MORE THAN PLAYER SKILLS: VARIETY IN THE VIDEO GAME INDUSTRY

By Daniel Kaimann, Nadja Stroh-Maraun and Joe Cox

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Consumers value variety, also in videogames. We find greater video game engagement when both skills and variety preference are considered to match gamers in teams. We also find that too much variety can lead to disengagement.   Continue reading “MORE THAN PLAYER SKILLS: VARIETY IN THE VIDEO GAME INDUSTRY”

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