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The extended family household, in which multiple generations or married siblings of a family live together, is common in developing countries. We conducted a series of public goods experiments in such households in five villages in rural North India to shed light on decision-making efficiency within this household structure. In this experiment, we offered household members the choice to receive either a lower amount over which they have private control or a higher payout that becomes a commondoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.13554299.v1 fatcat:gg7azc3aoze67mnynmmd4stbwm