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In this paper, we model how social and moral norms and the image we would like to project affect reported and actual behavior.
We also find evidence of the misrepresentation of preferences, both among respondents complying with and protesting the norm. We find clear evidence of how norms and identity statements affect reported behavior.
Household behavior Environment Norms Stated preferences. Download Statistics. This may create systematic differences between reported and real behavior, making policy analysis based on stated preferences difficult.
Making identity statements when answering a questionnaire. Items in EconStor are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.
Environmental policy analyses often draw on stated preferences, with most humans having strong preferences with respect to how we view ourselves and how we would like others to perceive us. Good girl-bad boy.
We illustrate the model using data from a stated preference survey reporting environment-related household behavior in ten OECD countries. Over- and understatements appear to be evenly distributed, and is thus not expected to ificantly bias the mean .