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Do pirates play fair? Ethical judgment of unauthorized sports broadcasts
by Michał Krawczyk, Joanna Tyrowicz, Anna Kukla-Gryz, Wojciech Hardy
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[Working paper][Published version in Behaviour & Information Technology]


Pirates in the lab. Using incentivized choice experiments to explore preference for (un)authorized content.
by Piotr Ćwiakowski, Marek Giergiczny and Michał Krawczyk
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[Working paper][Published version in MIS Quarterly]


„Piracy is not theft!” Is it just students who think so?
by Michał Krawczyk, Joanna Tyrowicz, Anna Kukla-Gryz, Wojciech Hardy
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[Published version in Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics]


We all do it, but are we willing to admit? Incentivizing digital pirates' confessions
by Anna Kukla-Gryz, Michał Krawczyk, Konrad Siwiński and Joanna Tyrowicz
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[Working paper][Published version in Applied Economics Letters]


„Thou shalt not leech” Are digital pirates conditional cooperators?
by Michał Krawczyk, Joanna Tyrowicz, Wojciech Hardy
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[Working paper]


Pushed by the crowd or pulled by the leaders? Peer effects in Pay-What-You-Want
by Michał Krawczyk, Anna Kukla-Gryz, Joanna Tyrowicz
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Digital piracy and the perception of price fairness
by Michał Krawczyk, Anna Kukla-Gryz, Joanna Tyrowicz
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Friends or foes? A meta-analysis of the link between „online piracy” and sales of cultural goods
by Joanna Tyrowicz, Wojciech Hardy, Michał Krawczyk
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Internet piracy and book sales: a field experiment
by Wojciech Hardy, Michał Krawczyk and Joanna Tyrowicz
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Why is online piracy ethically different from theft? A vignette experiment
by Wojciech Hardy, Michał Krawczyk and Joanna Tyrowicz
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Piracy as an ethical decision
by Martyna Kobus and Michał Krawczyk
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[Working paper]