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In a novel experimental design we study public good games with dynamic interdependencies. More precisely, each agent's income at the end of a period serves as her endowment in the following period. In this setting growth and inequality arise endogenously allowing us to address new questions regarding their interplay and effect on cooperation levels. We find that, in stark contrast to standard public good experiments, contributions are increasing over time even in the absence of punishmentdoi:10.2139/ssrn.2351717 fatcat:2pjpurtiirej7ki6nm2lgijrg4