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Journal of Behavioral Economics

1972 - 1990

Continued by Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics (formerly The Journal of Socio-Economics).

Current editor(s): Roger Frantz

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Volume 19, issue 4, 1990

Corporate governance: A stakeholder interpretation pp. 337-359 Downloads
R. Edward Freeman and William M. Evan
Stakeholder management and corporate performance pp. 361-375 Downloads
Lee E. Preston and Harry J. Sapienza
Investors' risk tolerance and return aspirations, and financial advisors' interpretations: A conceptual model and exploratory data pp. 377-393 Downloads
Glenn E. Snelbecker, Michael J. Roszkowski and Neal E. Cutler
Ethical investments: Preferences and morality pp. 395-411 Downloads
Alan Lewis and John Cullis
Transaction costs, behavior modes, and Chinese reform pp. 413-430 Downloads
T. Y. Shen
Industry structure, competitive rivalry, and firm profitability pp. 431-448 Downloads
Masoud Hemmasi, Lee A. Graf and Calvin E. Kellogg

Volume 19, issue 3, 1990

Effects of "Framing" on measures of risk tolerance: Financial planners are not immune pp. 237-246 Downloads
Michael J. Roszkowski and Glenn E. Snelbecker
The limited effect of economic self-interest on the political attitudes of the mass public pp. 247-271 Downloads
David O. Sears and Carolyn L. Funk
Socio-economic perspectives on household saving behavior pp. 273-284 Downloads
Joseph Cordes
Organizational theory and the problem of the shift in the Phillips Curve pp. 285-304 Downloads
Jerald Hage
Rules, groups, and labor markets pp. 305-319 Downloads
David Marsden
Economic, psychological, and sociological determinants of voluntary turnover pp. 321-335 Downloads
Charles W. Mueller and James L. Price

Volume 19, issue 2, 1990

Socioeconomics and the new "battle of the methods": Towards a paradigm shift? pp. 141-154 Downloads
Richard Swedberg
Rethinking utility theory pp. 155-179 Downloads
F. Juster
The economic person in sociological context: Case studies in the mediation of self-interest pp. 181-207 Downloads
Richard M. Coughlin
Making ends meet: The social malleability of needs and resources pp. 209-219 Downloads
Michael Thompson, Richard Ellis and Aaron Wildavsky
Families, self-respect and the irrelevance of "rational economic man" in a postindustrial society pp. 221-236 Downloads
Jane Wheelock

Volume 19, issue 1, 1990

A pilot experimental study of the dynamic competitive firm under spot price uncertainty pp. 1-22 Downloads
John Hey
Performing arts subsidies and future generations pp. 23-33 Downloads
Laura C. Dobson and Edwin G. West
A new theory of satisficing pp. 35-51 Downloads
Bruce Kaufman
A discrete choice contingent valuation estimate of the value of Kenai King salmon pp. 53-68 Downloads
Richard Carson, Michael Hanemann and Dan Steinberg
Prospect theory and pricing decisions pp. 69-80 Downloads
Joel E. Urbany and Peter R. Dickson
Gender differences in child care and work: An interdisciplinary perspective pp. 81-101 Downloads
Elizabeth M. Hill and M. Anne Hill
The formation of organizations, networks, and markets pp. 103-124 Downloads
Thomas R. Ireland
Business ethics in America: A view from the classroom pp. 125-140 Downloads
Matthew Monippallil, Yunus Kathawala, Richard Hattwick, Larry Wall and Bong-Gon P. Shin

Volume 18, issue 4, 1989

Wage and performance discrimination: The situation facing hispanics and blacks in major league baseball pp. 237-250 Downloads
Ken Jennings and Frank McLaughlin
How do the Japanese compete? pp. 251-263 Downloads
Ellen Cook
Privatization: British style pp. 265-288 Downloads
Colin Harbury
Reconciling economic postulates: Does "adaptive" egoism satisfice? pp. 289-306 Downloads
Orhan Kayaalp
For-profit hospital performance: The impact of time pp. 307-316 Downloads
Charles Register and Ansel M. Sharp

Volume 18, issue 3, 1989

Introduction to the special issue on entrepreneurship pp. 145-147 Downloads
Benjamin Gilad and Stanley Kaish
Paternalism and entrepreneurship the emergence of state-made entrepreneurs pp. 149-166 Downloads
Miri Lerner
The rise and decay of entrepreneurship: A different perspective pp. 167-184 Downloads
Joshua Ronen
Entrepreneurship, evolution, and the entropy law pp. 185-204 Downloads
Joseph H. Vogel
If you're so smart, why aren't you tall?: A cross-cultural perspective on the nature of entrepreneurship pp. 205-215 Downloads
Loretta Graziano
Information, search, and entrepreneurship: A pilot study pp. 217-235 Downloads
B. Gilad, S. Kaish and J. Ronen

Volume 18, issue 2, 1989

Why the incidence of shirking varies across employers pp. 61-73 Downloads
Paul Carlin
How shirking can help productivity: A critique of Carlin and the "Shirking as Harm" theory pp. 75-79 Downloads
Thomas R. Ireland
Capital punishment and the deterrent effect revisited: Recent time-series econometric evidence pp. 81-97 Downloads
George A. Chressanthis
Individual valuation, market valuation, and the preference reversal phenomenon pp. 99-114 Downloads
Don N. MacDonald and William L. Huth
Stochastic preference and randomized strategies for consumer choice pp. 115-127 Downloads
John J. Bernardo
On the alleged decline in business ethics pp. 129-143 Downloads
Richard E. Hattwick, Yanus Kathawala, Matthew Monipullil and Larry Wall

Volume 18, issue 1, 1989

Dual distribution as a vertical control device pp. 1-17 Downloads
Malcolm B. Coate and Mark R. Fratrik
The relationship between risk-return preference and knowledge in experimental financial markets pp. 19-40 Downloads
Dorla A. Evans, James Holcomb and William T. Chittenden
Another look at compensating differentials pp. 41-50 Downloads
Joni Hersch
The behavior of respondents in contingent valuation: Evidence on starting bids pp. 51-60 Downloads
Jonathan Silverman and Mark Klock

Volume 17, issue 4, 1988

Ipsative and objective limits to human behavior pp. 229-248 Downloads
Bruno Frey
The predator-prey theory of addiction pp. 249-262 Downloads
Li Way Lee
Interpreting federal reserve behavior pp. 263-277 Downloads
Thomas Mayer
The determinants of regulators' preferences: Discrimination in electricity pricing pp. 279-294 Downloads
Michael C. Naughton
The moral dimension: Toward a new economics: Amitai Etzioni. New York: The free press, 1988. 300 pp. plus index pp. 295-297 Downloads
Richard M. Coughlin

Volume 17, issue 3, 1988

Rise and decline of the maximization principle pp. 157-172 Downloads
Warren S. Gramm
A statistical approach to modeling the behavior of bond raters pp. 173-193 Downloads
John Jackson and James W. Boyd
Rational expectations in experimental duopoly markets pp. 195-206 Downloads
Paul Nelson
New institutionalism and the erosion of capitalism pp. 207-218 Downloads
T. Y. Shen
Household demand for food attributes pp. 219-227 Downloads
Danny E. Terry, David B. Eastwood and John R. Brooker

Volume 17, issue 2, 1988

Christian base communities and grass-roots development pp. 97-112 Downloads
Joan B. Anderson and J. A. Colombo
Consumer sentiments and share price behavior pp. 113-118 Downloads
Theodore Bos and Seth Anderson
Navajo economic behavior pp. 119-131 Downloads
Michael G. Ellis
Characteristics explaining business success of entrepreneurs versus managers pp. 133-142 Downloads
P. A. B. Kalker Konijn and J. Plantenga
Crime and punishment: a note on instrumental violence pp. 143-148 Downloads
Gideon Yaniv
Is enhanced bank prestige a possible motive for bank mergers? pp. 149-156 Downloads
F. Christian Zinkhan

Volume 17, issue 1, 1988

Introduction to the symposium on preference formation pp. 1-5 Downloads
Paul J. Albanese
The functional role of preferences pp. 7-18 Downloads
Robert Frank
Preferences, economics and the economic psychology of public sector preference formation pp. 19-33 Downloads
Alan Lewis and John Cullis
The formation and change of fertility preferences: a case study of the generational change in the size of the Italian family in the United States pp. 35-55 Downloads
Paul J. Albanese
Explaining choice of hypothetical marriage partner by a motive measure of preferences: evidence on May's theory of the aggregation of preference patterns pp. 57-76 Downloads
Charlotte Phelps
Preference formation, incomes, and the distribution of welfare pp. 77-96 Downloads
Rob Alessie and Arie Kapteyn
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