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We examine the impact of social distance in dictator game giving. The study is conducted in a field setting with high stakes (two days' wages). The sample is a representative sample from eleven low-income Mexican villages. Subjects make multiple dictator decisions simultaneously, in a comparative dictator game. We show the relationship between social distance and giving using several family members, a member of the same village, and a stranger from a different village. Dictator giving showsdoi:10.3390/g9040077 fatcat:cbqijsnyara3dccsnujegmin3a