Ruth K. Ditlmann and Paul Lagunes (2014). Replication Materials for ‘The (Identification) Cards You Are Dealt.’ http://hdl.handle.net/10079/21e5814e-e787-4769-81e7-6dd7f157bc9e. ISPS Data Archive.
Data source information:
June 13, 2008
Unit of observation:
Retail store cashiers in New Haven, CT and three nearby malls
Throughout a period of four weeks, we randomly assigned 7–10 stores on a given day from our sample of 217 stores to Latino versus Anglo testers. At the stores testers randomly presented one of two IDs. Three matched pairs of Latinos and Anglos were sent to purchase $10 gift certificates using check payment in 217 stores.
Latino vs. Anglo and Official vs. Unofficial IDs
Door to door
Asked to present an ID in order to complete a store purchase; acceptance of ID; minimum dollar amount quoted for the purchase of a gift card; and affect from store cashiers.
Area of study: