Władza i aspiracje ekonomiczne w aspekcie samoregulacji
Anna Maria Zawadzka, Anna Strużyńska-Kujałowicz,
Rocznik: 2008 Tom: 14 Numer: 2
The paper presents 3 studies analysing how differences in power positions influence fiscal aspirations and declared expenditure. The results imply that there exists better-than-average effect concerning fiscal aspirations, especially in case of elevated power. Moreover, there are differences in declared expenditure on different types of products depending on the power position. Participants with elevated power intended to spend more on cars (study 1) and financial investments (study 2) compared with participants with reduced power. However, in power-reduced group participants declared bigger amounts on education (study 2). Moreover, they were directed by functional criteria while choosing the car to a larger extent than participants in power-elevated group and they also took longer perspective on financial investments (study 3).