How Do Public Goods Providers Play Public Goods Games?

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Author(s): 

Daniel Butler, Thad Kousser

Suggested citation: 

Suggested citation: “Daniel Butler, Thad Kousser (2018). Replication Materials for ‘How Do Public Goods Providers Play Public Goods Games?.’ http://hdl.handle.net/10079/j0zpcn6. ISPS Data Archive.”

ISPS ID: 
D127
Research design: 
Data type: 
Observed behavior
Data source(s): 

Authors

Field Date: 
2012-11
Location: 
Location details: 
Colorado (Legislators) and Connecticut (Yale Students)
Unit of observation: 
Individual
Sample size: 
68
Inclusion/exclusion: 
State legislators attending the 2012 Western Legislative Academy and Yale Students
Randomization procedure: 
assigned during the game
Treatment: 
1) Deliberation round, 2) Expectations about number of times they would play together, 3) Information provided to players
Treatment administration: 
Other
Outcome measures: 
How much was contributed to the public good in the game.
Archive date: 
2018
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D127F02 Data File .csv 11321 Download file
D127F03 Data File .dta 25323 Download file
D127F04 Data File .csv 22145 Download file
D127F05 Program File .do 7614 Download file
D127F06 Metadata file (DDI3.2) .xml 129619 Download file