- Experimental Voting Data experimental data for Levine, D. K. and T. R. Palfrey : "The Paradox of Voter Participation: A Laboratory Study," also STATA file with data definitions.
- Book Revenue Data 2003
data on book
revenues in MS Excel format. The
list of books was compiled by
using the query "subject: fiction and pubdate: during 9-2003 and
binding: Hardcover" on amazon's
to get a list of
all fiction on amazon published
during 9-2003. Of the 1913 titles listed, 1713 were in stock, had
listed and were published in the correct month. The ISBN numbers for
these 1713 books are recorded on the spreadsheet and the prices are
those listed on Amazon. The total
sales are through 11-2004 and represent sales reported by Ingram
through their voice reporting system at 615-213-6803. The data for
September 2003 was collected during November 21 - December 4, 2004,
while the September 2004 data was collected during November 14-27,
2004. Sales data was available for 1284 of the titles. According to the
Ingram's 2003 revenue was $2.2 billion. According to Association
of American Publishers total book revenue for 2003 was $23.4
billion, which would mean Ingram represents roughly 10% of the market.
According to Google
"answers" Ingram's market share is roughly 1/6th, a somewhat higher
market share. The 2004
same way as the 2003 data, but using publications in 9-2004. For 9-2004
there were 1388
titles listed 1235 were in stock and in the correct month, and 1153 had
sales data. Note that the results of the Amazon query is not identical
every time the query is run, and that the sales data except for the
year 2003 is also subject to change over time, so it is impossible to
exactly replicate this data. However the variation due to these changes
is small. In searching for ISBNs, bear in mind that they are 10 digit
numbers without commas; the
spreadsheet inserts commas and suppresses the leading zeroes. Data collected by Hengjie Ai, University
- Copyright Time Series
and copyright registrations. Sources are documented in the file.
- Patent Time Series NSF data, sources
documented inside the file.
- R&D Cross Section
IPR data was provided by Walter Park.
Data as a csv suitable for use with
statistical packages, spreadsheet
with data sources documented, as well as list of which countries and
years correspond to which observations. GDP data is here.
- Programs for Self Control, Risk Aversion and the Allais Paradox here.