Perveived Fairness of Rules for Allocating Seats in Trains and Parking Spaces

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Description

observations of 401 individuals

number of observations : 5614

country : France

economic topic : public economics

econometrics topic : ordered response

Usage

1

Format

A dataframe containing :

id

the individual index

answer

a factor with levels 0 (very unfair), 1 (essentially unfair), 2 (essentially fair) and 3 (very fair)

good

one of 'tgv' (French fast train) and 'Parking'

rule

the allocation rule, a factor with levels 'peak', 'admin', 'lottery', 'addsupply', 'queuing', 'moral' and 'compensation'

driving

does the individual has the driving license ?

education

does the individual has a diploma ?

recurring

does the allocation problem is reccuring ?

Source

provided by the authors.

References

Charles Raux, Stephanie Souche and Yves Croissant (2009) “How fair is pricing perceived to be? An empirical study”, Public Choice, 139(1), 227-240.

See Also

Index.Economics, Index.Econometrics

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