Featured Data: White-Collar and Corporate Frauds: Understanding and Measuring Public Policy Preferences, United States, 2015 (ICPSR 36520)

This study contains data from an on-line national survey of 2,050 respondents aged 18+. The data were collected to provide new policy-relevant evidence on the public's attitude towards white-collar and corporate frauds by asking questions about the public's willingness to pay for reducing white-collar crimes when provided information about the estimate of financial losses, context and seriousness. Further, the study quantifies public perceptions of seriousness link to specific policy preferences.

For more information, see the study homepage.

Jun 18, 2018

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