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Science  05 Jul 2019:
Vol. 365, Issue 6448, pp. 70-73
DOI: 10.1126/science.aau8712
  • Fig. 1 Share of wallets reported in the NoMoney and Money conditions, by country.

    (Left) Share of wallets reported in NoMoney (US$0) and Money (US$13.45) conditions, by country. The amount of money in the wallet is adjusted according to each country’s purchasing power. (Right) Average difference between Money and NoMoney conditions across quartiles based on absolute reporting rates in the NoMoney condition. Error bars represent standard errors of the mean.

  • Fig. 2 Reporting rates as a function of monetary stakes.

    Share of wallets reported in the NoMoney (US$0), Money (US$13.45), and BigMoney (US$94.15) conditions.

  • Fig. 3 Actual versus predicted reporting rates.

    (A) Actual reporting rates in the United States for each condition (n = 800 observations). Error bars represent robust standard errors. (B) Average predicted reporting rates for the United States by our nonexpert sample (n = 299 individuals). Error bars represent robust standard errors clustered by participants. (C) Average predicted reporting rates for the United States by our expert sample of academic economists (n = 279 individuals). Error bars represent robust standard errors clustered by participants.

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  • Civic honesty around the globe

    Alain Cohn, Michel André Maréchal, David Tannenbaum, Christian Lukas Zünd

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