A Field Experiment on the Impact of Incentives on Milk Choice in the Lunchroom
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- John List & Anya Samek, 2014. "A Field Experiment on the Impact of Incentives on Milk Choice in the Lunchroom," Natural Field Experiments 00428, The Field Experiments Website.
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