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Journal of Behavioral Economics for Policy

2017 - 2020

Current editor(s): Michelle Baddeley

From Society for the Advancement of Behavioral Economics (SABE)
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Volume 4, issue S3, 2020

COVID-19 2020: A year of living dangerously pp. 5-9 Downloads
Michelle Baddeley
The behavioural economics of government responses to COVID-19 pp. 11-43 Downloads
Gigi Foster
Unequal unemployment effects of COVID-19 and monetary policy across U.S. States pp. 45-53 Downloads
Hakan Yilmazkuday
Rationally bounded in a storm of complex events: Small businesses facing natural hazard resilience during a pandemic pp. 55-65 Downloads
Jennifer F. Helgeson, Juan F. Fung and Alfredo R. Roa-Henriquez
The two-way Othering during the COVID-19 pandemic: The role of political statement and media pp. 67-76 Downloads
Lois Liao
What do we know, what we don't and what we cannot know so far about COVID-19: The case of Russia pp. 77-86 Downloads
Alexis Belianin and Alexander Shivarov

Volume 4, issue S2, 2020

Information and symptoms assessment in community pharmacies during the COVID-19 pandemic: An audit study in Colombia pp. 5-14 Downloads
Tatiana Andia, César Mantilla, Paul Rodríguez-Lesmes, Leonel Criado, Juan Sebastián Gómez, Santiago Ortiz, Andrea Quintero, Ferley Rincón and Steffanny Romero
Compliance and stringency measures in response to COVID-19: A regional study pp. 15-24 Downloads
Fadi Makki, Paola Schietekat Sedas, Jana Kontar, Nabil Saleh and Dario Krpan
Pets, touch, and COVID-19: health benefits from non-human touch through times of stress pp. 25-33 Downloads
Janette Young, Rhianna Pritchard, Carmel Nottle and Helen Banwell
Prosperity and the new normal: Social distancing and the exit from lockdown pp. 35-44 Downloads
Henrietta L. Moore and Hannah Collins
The effect of messaging and gender on intentions to wear a face covering to slow down COVID-19 transmission pp. 45-55 Downloads
Valerio Capraro and Hélène Barcelo

Volume 4, issue S, 2020

The meaning of masks pp. 5-8 Downloads
Cass R. Sunstein
Go Corona Go! Cultural beliefs and social norms in India during COVID-19 pp. 9-15 Downloads
Anirudh Tagat and Hansika Kapoor
The ethics of social choices and the role of economists in a pandemic pp. 17-22 Downloads
Lionel Page
Smart thinking, lockdown and COVID-19: Implications for public policy pp. 23-33 Downloads
Morris Altman
COVID-19 pandemic: a European perspective on health economic policies pp. 35-43 Downloads
Marco Alifano, Giuseppe Attanasi, Fabio Iannelli, Faredj Cherikh and Antonio Iannelli
The effect of norm-based messages on reading and understanding COVID-19 pandemic response governmental rules pp. 45-55 Downloads
Ennio Bilancini, Leonardo Boncinelli, Valerio Capraro and Roberto Di Paolo
The thorny problems of COVID-19 Contact Tracing Apps: The need for a holistic approach pp. 57-61 Downloads
Magda Osman, Scott McLachlan, Peter Lucas, Kudakwashe Dube, Graham A. Hitman, Evangelia Kyrimi and Martin Neil
The social perils and promoise of remote work pp. 63-67 Downloads
Phil Lord
Hoarding in the age of COVID-19 pp. 69-75 Downloads
Michelle Baddeley

Volume 4, issue 1, 2020

Classroom management, persistent bullying, and teacher practices in a discrete choice model of habit formation pp. 5-16 Downloads
Mark D. Agee
Behavioral economics in film: Insights for educators pp. 17-28 Downloads
Marie Briguglio, Charity-Joy Acchiardo, Dirk Mateer and Wayne Geerling
When the context backfires: Experimental evidence on Reciprocity pp. 29-42 Downloads
Irani Arráiz, Syon Bhanot and Carla Calero
Testing the waters in Korea: Nudging toward the tap pp. 43-48 Downloads
David O Kasdan, HaeNa Lee and Nagyeom Yang
Fairness in the trade-off between drug price regulation and investments in research and development: A survey of economists pp. 49-55 Downloads
Taruja Karmarkar, Antonio J. Trujillo, William Padula, Jeremy Greene, G. Caleb Alexander and Gerard Anderson
LETTER TO THE EDITOR. Changing behaviour change: The case for a Global Association of Applied Behavioural Scientists pp. 57-60 Downloads
Steve Martin and Paul Dolan

Volume 3, issue S, 2019

Editors' introduction / What works: When and why are nudges sticky, scaleable and transferable? pp. 5-7 Downloads
Magda Osman and Michelle Baddeley
Nudging: To know 'what works' you need to know why it works pp. 9-11 Downloads
Pelle Guldborg Hansen
Examining the potential for nudges to tackle 'undermatch' in higher education: existing evidence and implications for scaling pp. 13-15 Downloads
Eliza Kozman and Michael Sanders
Moving from nudge to holistic behaviour change pp. 17-18 Downloads
Colin Strong and Tamara Ansons
What works: When and why are nudges sticky, scaleable and transferable? pp. 19-21 Downloads
Steven Johnson
Nudger beware: Diagnosis precedes remedy pp. 23-26 Downloads
Pete Lunn

Volume 3, issue 2, 2019

Respecting autonomy: "Information first, then opinion" is more effective than "opinion first, then information" pp. 5-10 Downloads
Hasan Sheikh and Cass R. Sunstein
'Nudging' responses to marketing emails: Evidence from London Fireworks Campaign pp. 11-16 Downloads
Alice Gimblett and Daryna Grechyna
An experiment for regulatory policy on broadband speed advertising pp. 17-24 Downloads
Shane Timmons, Terence J. McElvaney and Pete Lunn
A Book Review of two, short, books on Behavioral Economics pp. 25-26 Downloads
Roger Frantz

Volume 3, issue 1, 2019

SABE and Behavioral Economics: A Very Short History pp. 2-4 Downloads
Roger Frantz
The Unfolding Landscape of Behavioral Economics: from the past to the future pp. 5-11 Downloads
Michelle Baddeley
The Taxman Cometh: Behavioural Approaches to Improving Tax Compliance in India pp. 12-22 Downloads
Anirudh Tagat
Experimental evidence on measures to protect consumers of online gambling services pp. 20-29 Downloads
Frans Folkvord, Cristiano Codagnone, Francesco Bogliacino, Giuseppe Veltri, Francisco Lupiañez-Villanueva, Andriy Ivchenko and George Gaskell
The Impacts of Stress on Economic Decisions pp. 30-36 Downloads
Zachary P. Hohman, Darren Hudson, Ryan Williams, Breanna N. Harris, Jessica L. Alquist, Donna Mitchell, Elizabeth M. Niedbala and Mindi Price
Pay-for-Monopoly? An Assessment of Reverse Payment Deals by Pharmaceutical Companies pp. 37-43 Downloads
Sana Rafiq and Max Bazerman
Book Review: John Tomer on Integrating Human Capital with Human Development pp. 44-45 Downloads
Larissa Batrancea
Book Review: David Leiser & Yhonatan Shemesh on How We Misunderstand Economics and Why It Matters pp. 46-47 Downloads
Egor Bronnikov
Book Review: Michelle Baddeley on Why We Follow Others, and When We Don't pp. 48-50 Downloads
Joshua Hill

Volume 2, issue 1, 2018

The Economic Psychology of Gabriel Tarde: Something new for behavioral economics? pp. 5-11 Downloads
Ivan Ajdukovic, Sylvain Max, Rodolphe Perchot and Eli Spiegelman
James Duesenberry as a practitioner of behavioral economics pp. 13-18 Downloads
Ken McCormick
G. L. S. Shackle's introspective behavioral economics pp. 19-23 Downloads
Peter Earl
Harvey Leibenstein, and an anomaly called X-Efficiency pp. 25-31 Downloads
Roger Frantz
Hyman Minsky and behavioral finance pp. 33-37 Downloads
Steven Pressman
Tibor Scitovsky as behavioral economist pp. 39-43 Downloads
Marina Bianchi
Extending the theoretical lenses of behavioral economics through the sociological prisms of Gary Becker pp. 45-51 Downloads
Morris Altman
The rise of behavioral economics: Richard Thaler's misbehaving pp. 53-57 Downloads
Cass R. Sunstein
Misconceptions about nudges pp. 61-67 Downloads
Cass R. Sunstein
What do heuristics have to do with policymaking? pp. 69-74 Downloads
Shabnam Mousavi
Towards a living theoretical spine for (behavioural) economics pp. 75-81 Downloads
Gigi Foster
Salience, chains and anchoring. Reducing complexity and enhancing the practicality of behavioural economics pp. 83-90 Downloads
Brendan Markey-Towler
Feeding the behavioral revolution: Contributions of behavior analysis to nudging and vice versa pp. 91-97 Downloads
Carsta Simon and Marco Tagliabue
Nudge, Boost, or Design? Limitations of behaviorally informed policy under social interaction pp. 99-105 Downloads
Samuli Reijula, Jaakko Kuorikoski, Timo Ehrig, Konstantinos Katsikopoulos and Shyam Sunder
Can nudges affect students' green behaviour? A field experiment pp. 107-111 Downloads
Ajla Cosic, Hana Cosic and Sebastian Ille
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