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We experimentally investigate the extent to which social observability of one's actions and the possibility of social non-monetary judgment affect the decision to engage in rule breaking behavior. We consider three rule breaking scenarios -theft, bribery and embezzlement -in the absence of any formal enforcement mechanism. By involving a student sample characterized by cultural heterogeneity due to immigration of ancestors to the US, we are able to investigate whether the effectiveness ofdoi:10.2139/ssrn.2383903 fatcat:rubw7qn7ezenfilewb6vaqlcbe