This paper examines reputation formation in intra-familial interactions. We consider parental reputation in a repeated two-stage game in which adolescent children decide whether to drop out of high school or adolescent daughters have births as teens and, given adolescent decisions, the parent decides whether to provide or withhold support to their children beyond age 18.
Games Parents and Adolescents Play: Risky Behaviors, Parental Reputation and Strategic TransfersV. Joseph Hotz, Lingxin Hao and Ginger Jin ,
528( 118 )
The Economic Journal