Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

tables:data_experiments [2018/04/11 10:32] (current)
katja created
Line 1: Line 1:
 +
 +^ Experiment ^ N ^ Endowment ^ Share donating ^ Share donated ^ Mean donation ^                            SD ^ SD/Mean ^ Effect Size ^ References ^
 +| Reinstein: Berkeley (Wave 2) ('12) | 48 | $20 | 65% | 23.0% | $4.60 | 4.94 | 107% | 18% | Reinstein, David. "​Substitution among charitable contributions:​ An experimental study."​ (2012 update, unpubished) |
 +| Reinstein/​Riener:​ Social Giving ('12) | 192 | 8 € | 77% | 25.0% | € 1.80 | 1.81 | 101% | 72% | Reinstein, David, and Gerhard Riener. "​Reputation and influence in charitable giving: An experiment."​ Theory and decision 72.2 (2012): 221. |
 +| Kellner et al - Prolific | 240 | £10 | 53% | 15.8% | £1.58 | 2.15 | 136% | 57% | Ibid |
 +| Karlan and List ('07) | 50,083 |  | 2.0% |  | $0.90 | 0.05 | 6% | 19% | Nickerson, Mike, and John A. List. "Does price matter in charitable giving? Evidence from a large-scale natural field experiment."​ The American economic review 97.5 (2007): 1774-1793. |
 +| Tonin/​Vlassapolous ('14) | 196 | £10 | 81% | 47.9% | £4.79 | 3.31 | 69% | 21% | Tonin, Mirco, and Michael Vlassopoulos. "An experimental investigation of intrinsic motivations for giving."​ Theory and decision 76.1 (2014): 47-67. |
 +| Ibid., Employability ​ | 375 | £20 | 31% | 8.3% | £1.97 | 4.59 | 233% | 25% | Ibid |
 +| RR, Omnibus, Substitution,​ students | 218 | £10 |  |  |  |  |  |  | David Reinstein, and Gerhard Riener. "​Substitution among charitable contributions:​ Experimental evidence ." (2017). Work in progress |
 +| Jones & Linardi - Wallflowers ('15) | 150 | $10 | 73% | 37.3% | $3.73 | 3.49 | 94% | 21% | Jones, Daniel, and Sera Linardi. "​Wallflowers:​ Experimental evidence of an aversion to standing out." Management Science 60.7 (2014): 1757-1771. |
 +| Ibid., nonstudents | 96 | £10 |  |  |  |  |  |  | Ibid |
 +| Ibid., Omnibus (Giving & Prob) | 460 | £20 | 54% | 26.2% | £3.13 | 4.15 | 133% | 8% | Ibid |
 +| Kellner et al - Valentine'​s | 159 | £20 | 28% | 4.1% | £0.83 | 1.63 | 197% | 103% | Kellner, Christian, David Reinstein, and Gerhard Riener. "​Conditional generosity and uncertain income: Lab and field evidence on signalling and gender."​ (2016). (Updating 2017) |
 +| Huck and Rasul ('11) | 25,000 | N/A | 4.1% |  |  | 10 |  | 44% | Huck, Steffen, and Imran Rasul. "​Matched fundraising:​ Evidence from a natural field experiment."​ Journal of Public Economics 95.5 (2011): 351-362. |
 +| Reinstein/​Riener:​ Tangibility ('12) | 190 | €5,7.5,10 | 57% | 18.3% | € 1.23 | 1.75 | 142% | 52% | Reinstein, David, and Gerhard Riener. "​Decomposing desert and tangibility effects in a charitable giving experiment."​ Experimental Economics 15.1 (2012): 229-240. |
 +| Reinstein: Berkeley Pilot (Wave 1)  | 49 | $10 | 74% | 21.0% | $2.10 | 2.06 | 98% |  |  |
 +| Ibid,  Lab (all treatments) | 430 | €7,€14 | 61% | 16.3% | £1.99 | 2.54 | 128% | 24% | Ibid |
 +| Eckel & Grossman ('96) | 48 | $10 | 73% | 30.1% | $3.01 | 3.19 | 106% | N/A | Eckel, Catherine C., and Philip J. Grossman. "​Altruism in anonymous dictator games."​ Games and economic behavior 16.2 (1996): 181-191. |
 +| Reinstein/​Riener:​ Essex Social giving | 50 | £10 | 92% | 49.2% | £4.92 | 2.8 | 57% | 37% | Unpublished |
  
  • tables/data_experiments.txt
  • Last modified: 2018/04/11 10:32
  • by katja