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Understanding how to best elicit consumers’ willingness to pay (WTP) for goods in an incentive-aligned way is one of the cornerstones in marketing planning decisions and consumer welfare theory. This article provides a dataset from an experiment with n = 107 consumers that measured the WTP for a set of eight real consumer goods by means of the Becker-DeGroot-Marschak (BDM) mechanism, entailing a facultative resell option. This procedure allows for testing the empirical incentive-compatibility of the BDM mechanism. Despite early evidence on lottery choices or fictitious goods, the empirical incentive-compatibility of the BDM mechanism in case of real consumer goods remains an under-researched topic. For the first time, we provide a dataset on consumers’ WTP statements in such a paradigm. More precisely, this article provides experimental protocols, manipulation-check questions, full raw datasets, summary statistics, and model properties related to the research article entitled “On the applicability of the BDM mechanism in product evaluation” [Lichters et al., 2019]. The raw dataset allows for an independent analysis of consumers’ bidding behavior for multiple consumer goods. Thus, future researchers might use our dataset in a meta-analytic fashion for their own research on WTP elicitation.
Becker-DeGroot-Marschak (BDM) mechanism, Misconception bias, Product evaluation, Partial least squares (PLS), Willingness-to-pay (WTP)
Dataset and protocols on the applicability of the BDM mechanism in product evaluation
Marcel Lichters,∗ Verena Wackershauser, Shixing Han, and Bodo Vogt
Spontaneous Ca2+ oscillations have been observed in a number of excitable and non-excitable cells, but in most cases their biological role remains elusive. In the present study we demonstrate that spontaneous Ca2+ oscillations occur in immature human monocyte-derived dendritic cells but not in dendritic cells stimulated to undergo maturation with lipopolysaccharide or other toll like-receptor agonists. We investigated the mechanism and role of spontaneous Ca2+ oscillations in immature dendritic cells and found that they are mediated by the inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate receptor as they were blocked by pretreatment of cells with the inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate receptor antagonist Xestospongin C and 2-aminoethoxydiphenylborate. A component of the Ca2+ signal is also due to influx from the extracellular environment and may be involved in maintaining the level of the intracellular Ca2+ stores. As to their biological role, our results indicate that they are intimately linked to the “immature” phenotype and are associated with the translocation of the transcription factor NFAT into the nucleus. In fact, once the Ca2+ oscillations are blocked with 2-aminoethoxydiphenylborate or by treating the cells with lipopolysaccharide, NFAT remains cytoplasmic. The results presented in this report provide novel insights into the physiology of monocyte-derived dendritic cells and into the mechanisms involved in maintaining the cells in the immature stage.
Calcium/Imaging, Immunology/Toll Receptors, Signal Transduction/Calcium, Calcium Intracellular Release, Transcription Factors, NFAT, Calcium Oscillations, Dendritic Cells, Maturation
Frequent Calcium Oscillations Lead to NFAT Activation in Human Immature Dendritic Cells*
Mirko Vukcevic,‡ Francesco Zorzato,‡§ Giulio Spagnoli,¶ and Susan Treves‡§,1
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