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Journal of Behavioral Economics for Policy

2017 - 2017

Current editor(s): Roger Frantz

From Society for the Advancement of Behavioral Economics (SABE)
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Volume 1, issue S, 2017

Behavioral policy and its stakeholders pp. 5-8 Downloads
Robert Hoffmann, Swee Hoon Chuah and Jason Potts
Applying behavioural science to government policy: Finding the 'Goldilocks Zone' pp. 9-14 Downloads
Annalese Bolton and Ben R. Newell
Response to Applying behavioural science to government policy: Finding the 'Goldilocks Zone': From a BI unit perspective pp. 15-18 Downloads
Xian-Zhi Soon
Finding the 'Goldilocks Zone' is both a challenge and an opportunity: A reply to Soon pp. 19-20 Downloads
Annalese Bolton and Ben R. Newell
Starting a behavioural insights team: Three lessons from the Behavioural Economics Team of the Australian Government pp. 21-26 Downloads
Sarah Ball, Michael Hiscox and Tara Oliver
How to win customers and influence people: Ameliorating the barriers to inducing behavioural change pp. 27-32 Downloads
Brendan Markey-Towler
The value of contingencies and schedules of reinforcement: Fundamentals of behavior analysis contributing to the efficacy of behavioral business research pp. 33-39 Downloads
Marco Tagliabue, Ingunn Sandaker and Gunnar Ree
Organizations should know their people: A behavioral economics approach pp. 41-48 Downloads
Antonio M. Espin, Francisco Reyes-Pereira and Luis F. Ciria
Nudging, calculation, and utopia pp. 49-52 Downloads
Chris Berg and Sinclair Davidson

Volume 1, issue 2, 2017

BE and EE: Cousins but not twins pp. 5-9 Downloads
Gary Charness and Brianna Halladay
Boundedly rational patients? Part 1: Health and patient mistakes in a behavioral framework pp. 11-15 Downloads
Ada C. Stefanescu Schmidt, Ami B. Bhatt and Cass R. Sunstein
Boundedly rational patients? Part 2: Health and patient mistakes in a behavioral framework pp. 17-23 Downloads
Ada C. Stefanescu Schmidt, Ami B. Bhatt and Cass R. Sunstein
X-efficiency: economists and managers view it differently pp. 25-30 Downloads
Robert Mefford
Price transparency in residential electricity: Experiments for regulatory policy pp. 31-37 Downloads
Pete Lunn and Marek Bohacek
Financial exclusion in developed countries: a field experiment among migrants and low-income people in Italy pp. 39-49 Downloads
Giorgia Barboni, Alessandra Cassar and Timothee Demont
It's education, not gender: A research note on the determinants of an anchoring bias in experimental WTA elicitations pp. 51-55 Downloads
Miriam Beblo, Denis Beninger and Eva Markowsky
Book Review. Cass Sunstein: The World According to Star Wars pp. 57-58 Downloads
Roger Frantz
Book Review. OECD: Behavioral Insights and Public Policy. Lessons from Around the World pp. 59-60 Downloads
Roger Frantz
Book Review. Michael Lewis: The undoing project: a friendship that changed the world pp. 61-63 Downloads
Andrey Kudryavtsev

Volume 1, issue 1, 2017

Behavioral economics: from advising organizations to nudging individuals pp. 5-10 Downloads
Floris Heukelom and Esther-Mirjam Sent
Requiring choice is a form of paternalism pp. 11-14 Downloads
Cass R. Sunstein
An unhealthy attitude? New insight into the modest effects of the NLEA pp. 15-26 Downloads
Mark Patterson, Saurabh Bhargava and George Loewenstein
Experts in policy land - Insights from behavioral economics on improving experts' advice for policy-makers pp. 27-31 Downloads
Michelle Baddeley
Eliciting real-life social networks: a guided tour pp. 33-39 Downloads
Pablo Brañas-Garza, Natalia Jimenez and Giovanni Ponti
Policy making with behavioral insight pp. 41-46 Downloads
Shabnam Mousavi and Reza Kheirandish
Tax compliance and information provision. A field experiment with small firms pp. 47-54 Downloads
Philipp Doerrenberg and Jan Schmitz
Policy consequences of pay-for-performance and crowding-out pp. 55-59 Downloads
Bruno Frey
To support trust and trustworthiness: punish, communicate, both, neither? pp. 61-68 Downloads
Rattaphon Wuthisatian, Mark Pingle and Mark Nichols
Happiness and economics: insights for policy from the new 'science' of well-being pp. 69-72 Downloads
Carol Graham
Behavioral economics and austrian economics: Lessons for policy and the prospects of nudges pp. 73-78 Downloads
Roberta Muramatsu and Fabio Barbieri
Book Review. Cass Sunstein: The ethics of influence. Government in the age of behavioral science pp. 79-80 Downloads
Roger Frantz
Book review. Carol Graham. Happiness for all? Unequal hopes and lives in pursuit of the American Dream pp. 81-82 Downloads
Roger Frantz
Keith Stanovich, Richard West, and Maggie E. Toplak: The rationality quotient: toward a test of rational thinking pp. 83-84 Downloads
Gregory V. Chernov
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