An Experimental Study on Decomposition: Process First or Structure First?


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An experimental study of the investment implications of bankruptcy laws
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In bankruptcy laws, proportionality is the universal norm when allocating the liquidation value of a bankrupt firm among creditors. The theoretical literature on bankruptcy proposes two prominent alternatives to proportionality: the equal awards and the equal losses principles. We use an experiment to analyze and compare actual creditor behavior under these three principles. More specifically, we test the following hypotheses: replacing proportionality with equal losses increases total investment while repl...
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The group effect refers to a decline in vigilance when an individual is in a social, group setting. Due to a diluted risk of being preyed upon and a higher number of group members that can detect a predator, members are less alert when they are in a group. The present study investigates if such an effect can be observed in human participants in a simple change detection task by employing group eye tracking (GET) paradigm. For this end, the visual phenomenon of change blindness is explored. In a within-subje...
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A. Çetinkaya, M. Ç. Kaya, A. Karamanlıoğlu, and A. H. Doğru, “An Experimental Study on Decomposition: Process First or Structure First?,” 2019, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: