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The researchers administered an online questionnaire to 3,850 people in late 2015 as part of the RAND American Life Panel. The survey was similar to the Bureau of Labor Statistics' Contingent Work Survey, which was last conducted in 2005.
To estimate the prevalence of these two biases, the authors use data from two online surveys, the RAND American Life Panel and the Understanding America Study.
The researchers used data from the American Life Panel, an online survey that has been administered to several thousand adult Americans by the RAND Corporation, a policy research nonprofit.
Buying a company stock usually provides a safer return than a stock mutual fund." This question and others are asked to people age 18 and older in the Rand American Life Panel. In response to the aforementioned question, respondents can choose "true," "false," or "don't know." Only 71.4 percent of people answered "false," the correct answer, and 24.5 percent indicated they did not know.
The authors surveyed participants in the RAND American Life Panel data, and focus their analysis on the 2,400 respondents between the ages of 40 and 70.
The program was tested through a field experiment using the RAND American Life Panel (ALP).
Jonathon Schuldt at University of Michigan and his colleagues conducted a question wording experiment in the American Life Panel, an online survey conducted by RAND, with a national sample of 2,267 U.S.
To test the effect of these frames on expected claiming behavior, the authors fielded a survey through the RAND American Life Panel, a sample of roughly 3,000 households who are regularly interviewed over the Internet.
In "Effects of the Financial Crisis and Great Recession on American Households" (NBER Working Paper 16407), researchers Michael Hurd and Susann Rohwedder take up this question using data from a series of surveys developed for this specific purpose and fielded in the American Life Panel (ALP).
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