Data Request Form for NASP-DM

Standards for Use of NASP-DM Data provided by the Center for Organization Research and Design (CORD)

The National Administrative Studies Project-Citizen Survey Decision Making (NASP-DM) contains 833 valid responses of government employees from Indiana and Nevada. Topics addressed in this dataset include: individual decision-making, creativity and innovation, belief in a just world, discount rate, job satisfaction, and risk preference.

To work with the data you must agree to the following conditions:

Dong, Hsiang-Kai (2013). How does individual risk preference affect employment and innovativeness? Dissertation,
Others interested in utilizing the data need to fill out the Data Request Form.

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**Please note that CORD does not provide support or technical assistance regarding the data set or codebook.

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