Dataset for tax paper


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Created: Jun 02, 2020 at 9:03 p.m.
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DOI: 10.4211/hs.8638f8db711c4bc8aaf95d845129d3eb
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Abstract

This dataset file contains three sheets of data about pumping decisions, profits, and policy ratings from the experimental economics lab experiment.
1. Pumping
1.1 The pumping sheet has 72*71 observations where 72 is the participants number and 71 is the number of total decisions.
1.2 The 72 participants are grouped into 18 groups (6 sessions and 3 groups for each session).
1.3 The 71 decisions consitutite 8 treatments
1.4 Round means the continuous periods. Each treament has different total round in each session, but we only keep the first period to make the extraction comparable.
1.5 Pump is the decision in each period what participants want to pump from the common acquifer.
2. Earnings
2.1 The earnings sheet has 72*71 observations where 72 is the participants number and 71 is the profit for each round and each treatment.
2.2 The first column is the session number and the second column is the participant index.
2.3 The first row indicates the name of treatments and the second row is the round number.
2.4 The numbers in the main cells are earnings in tokens for each round and each participant.
2.5 The earnings in this table does not include side payments or tax reimbursement.
3. Rating
3.1 The rating sheet has 72*7*3 observations where 72 is the participants number, 7 is the treatment number (we combine two baselines together), and 3 is number of rating perspects.
3.2 The first column is the session number and the second column is the participant index.
3.3 The first row indicates the name of treatments and the second row is the rating perspects: benefit to individual, benefit to group and fairness.
3.4 The numbers in the main cells are ratings ranging from 1 to 10.

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Derived From: Duke, J. M., Liu, Z., Suter, J. F., Messer, K. D., & Michael, H. A. Some Taxes Are Better Than Others: An Economic Experiment Analyzing Groundwater Management in a Spatially Explicit Aquifer. Water Resources Research, doi: 10.1029/2019WR026426.

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This resource updates and replaces previous version: http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/926ea7da62494c63bc708133deac94e6

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This resource was created using funding from the following sources:
Agency Name Award Title Award Number
National Science Foundation BES 1024896/1024889

How to Cite

Duke, J., Z. Liu, J. F. Suter, K. D. Messer, H. A. Michael (2020). Dataset for tax paper, HydroShare, https://doi.org/10.4211/hs.8638f8db711c4bc8aaf95d845129d3eb

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