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We investigate the impact of inequality on sharing and cooperation using a dictator game and a linear public good game where some participants work for their endowment ("workers") while others do not ("non-workers"). Moreover, we differentiate between two types of inequality, namely in source and in level. In contrast to most studies, participants are fully informed about the endowment of the other players. The key finding of our paper is that both sharing and cooperation critically depend ondoi:10.1016/j.econlet.2020.109619 fatcat:2dqdvrxfkjhrbcem6el4frmcvm