Data for: Empirical Study Relating Macroeconomics Literacy and Rational Thinking

Published: 23 Jul 2019 | Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/dr4k7twndn.1
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GEE variables
Id questionnaire number
macro_q: 1—literacy question: expected inflation rate
2—literacy question: expected interest rate
3-- literacy question: expected unemployment rate
Answer_macro_q: 0—false
1—true
D1_reference: 0—not Rational: not using Expected Utility criterion for decision making
1—Rational: using Expected Utility criterion for decision making
D3 0—The decision is not to buy another ticket after losing a previously
purchased ticket
1— The decision is to buy another ticket after losing a previously
purchased ticket
D4 0—The decision is not to buy a ticket after losing money that was saved for
ticket purchase
1— The decision is to buy a ticket after losing money that was saved for
ticket purchase
d34 0— mental accounting: D3=0 & D4=1
1—not performing mental accounting
Gender 0—male
1—female
Psychometric psychometric grade—the Israeli SAT equivalence
institution_wg_hu 0—WG: Western Galilee College
1—HaifaU: University of Haifa

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This data is associated with the following publication:

Empirical study relating macroeconomic literacy and rational thinking

Published in: Research in Economics

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  • Version 1

    2019-07-23

    Published: 2019-07-23

    DOI: 10.17632/dr4k7twndn.1

    Cite this dataset

    Lifshits, Rachel; Ben-Zion, Uri; Barel-Shaked, Sagit (2019), “Data for: Empirical Study Relating Macroeconomics Literacy and Rational Thinking ”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/dr4k7twndn.1

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