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Advances in Psychology
The hypothesis of rational economic man in classical economics assumes that people always want to maximize their gains and minimize their losses. However, the behavioral results of classical paradigms in behavioral economics like Ultimatum Game and Dictator Game have suggested that people's behaviors in economic distribution are not in line with the rational assumption, and they are likely to make irrational choices. People tend to avoid unfairness in distribution, and even punish unfairnessdoi:10.12677/ap.2015.54030 fatcat:7ai3fcjlcraxbnmvcz45ow45ue