All data on this website is made available under the CC-BY license. This means that you can reuse it as long as you credit us. Please link back to this page (www.preferencesfortruthtelling.com) and include the following citation:
Abeler, J., Nosenzo, D. & Raymond, C. (2019) Preferences for Truth-telling, Econometrica 87 (4), 1115–1153
The source code for this website is in our github repository.
The entire data set of the meta study (in csv forms) is here.
The R/Shiny code for the interactive graphs on this website is available here.
If you want to use the static graphs in a presentation or publication, high-resolution pictures are included in this sample PowerPoint presentation.
You can imbed the interactive graphs into your website by using the following direct links:
Figure 1 (Average report and effect of incentives): https://livedataoxford.shinyapps.io/experimental_economics_iframe1/?allowPopout=TRUE
Figure 2 (Distribution of reports): https://livedataoxford.shinyapps.io/experimental_economics_iframe2/?allowPopout=TRUE
Figure 3 (Men vs. women): https://livedataoxford.shinyapps.io/experimental_economics_iframe3/?allowPopout=TRUE
Figure 5 (Repetition): https://livedataoxford.shinyapps.io/experimental_economics_iframe5/?allowPopout=TRUE
Figure 6 (Individual-level analysis): https://livedataoxford.shinyapps.io/experimental_economics_iframe6/?allowPopout=TRUE