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Creative Production and Exchange of Ideas
Journal of Economics and Behavioral Studies
This paper explores the relationship between individual creative productivity and learning aboutideas of others. I report evidence from a two-stage real-effort lab experiment, in which subjects perform ideageneration tasks. In the first stage some subjects observe creative output of other players, while the othersnot. This design makes possible to assess whether learning ideas of others is an important input for ideageneration and quantify its importance. In the second stage, I make ideasdoi:10.22610/jebs.v11i5(j).2964 fatcat:j6w3vbz7kbhebl52m3p2xjdmly