This project provides the data, background, analyses to our study on: “Reputation spillover effects from grant-providing institutions” Based on a real-life example, we asked citizens to rate their willingness to donate to a nonprofit organization, and we experimentally manipulated the available information about funding sources. We test this for both a government department and a foundation as grant provider. Our results suggest that not the act of receiving a grant, but the citizens’ awareness about the funding organization – at least in the case of a foundation – has an impact on support intentions. In contrast, for a prominent government department as grant provider, we did not find support for a reputation spillover effect.
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