Working Papers

How Political Support and Level of Religiosity Affect the Willingness to Pay for Foreign Products

Amir Heiman

Hebrew University of Jerusalem

David R. Just

Cornell University

Feb 17, 2021

Surveys patrons of supermarkets, hypermarkets and grocery stores in Israel to determine the effects of political views and level of religiosity on the willingness to pay for produce imported from countries of origin that vary in their level of friendliness or conflict with the homeland.

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