Date of Award
Bachelor of Science (BS)
Economics and Finance
I analyze the results of an online experiment designed to elicit individuals’ willingness to pay for fact-checking of statements related to immigration. Using a control and treatment group, I test whether individuals’ willingness to pay is affected by partisan cues. First, I outline this research’s position related to existing literature. I then describe the experimental design and analyze the results. Partisan cues are shown to have no statistically significant effect on participants’ willingness to pay for fact-checking.
Morales, Jennifer, "Willingness to Pay for Fact-Checking About Immigration: The Effect of Partisan Cues" (2021). All Graduate Plan B and other Reports. 1612.
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