Global Preferences Survey
The Global Preference Survey is a globally representative dataset on risk and time preferences, positive and negative reciprocity, altruism, and trust. We collected these preference data as well as a rich set of covariates for 80,000 individuals, drawn as representative samples from 76 countries around the world, representing 90 percent of both the world’s population and global income.
The data is described in:
Armin Falk, Anke Becker, Thomas Dohmen, Benjamin Enke, David Huffman, and Uwe Sunde. The Nature and Predictive Power of Preferences: Global Evidence. IZA Discussion Paper No. 9504, 2015. http://ftp.iza.org/dp9504.pdf