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

1991 - 2019

Continuation of Journal of Behavioral Economics.

Current editor(s): Ofer Azar

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Volume 66, issue C, 2017

The effect of effectiveness: Donor response to aid effectiveness in a direct mail fundraising experiment pp. 1-8 Downloads
Dean Karlan and Daniel H. Wood
Social distance and quality ratings in charity choice pp. 9-15 Downloads
Alexander Brown, Jonathan Meer and J. Forrest Williams
Charitable giving, suggestion, and learning from others: Pay-What-You-Want experiments at a coffee shop pp. 16-22 Downloads
Sangkon Park, Sohyun Nam and Jungmin Lee
Information and donations to development aid projects pp. 23-28 Downloads
Maren Elise Bachke, Frode Alfnes and Mette Wik
Too much information? An experiment on communication and cooperation pp. 29-39 Downloads
Daniel Jones
When charities compete: A laboratory experiment with simultaneous public goods pp. 40-57 Downloads
Justin Krieg and Anya Samek
Do charities get more when they ask more often? Evidence from a unique field experiment pp. 58-65 Downloads
Bas Donkers, Merel van Diepen and Philip Hans Franses
A field experiment on directed giving at a public university pp. 66-71 Downloads
Catherine Eckel, David H. Herberich and Jonathan Meer
Government or charity? Preferences for welfare provision by ethnicity pp. 72-77 Downloads
Kristy Jones
Now or never! The effect of deadlines on charitable giving: Evidence from two natural field experiments pp. 78-87 Downloads
Mette Trier Damgaard and Christina Gravert
Comparing rebate and matching subsidies controlling for donors’ awareness: Evidence from the field pp. 88-95 Downloads
Catherine Eckel and Philip Grossman
Do people donate more when they perceive a single beneficiary whom they know? A field experimental test of the identifiability effect pp. 96-103 Downloads
Al-Ubaydli, Omar and Mike Yeomans
A note on charitable giving by corporates and aristocrats: Evidence from a field experiment pp. 104-111 Downloads
Vittorio Bassi, Steffen Huck and Imran Rasul
Sharing one’s fortune? An experimental study on earned income and giving pp. 112-118 Downloads
Mirco Tonin and Michael Vlassopoulos
Charity, incentives, and performance pp. 119-128 Downloads
Oege Dijk and Martin Holmen
Social influences on charitable giving in the workplace pp. 129-136 Downloads
Michael Sanders
Nudging charitable giving: Three field experiments pp. 137-149 Downloads
Homa Zarghamee, Kent Messer, Jacob R. Fooks, William D. Schulze, Shang Wu and Jubo Yan
How do incidental emotions impact pro-environmental behavior? Evidence from the dictator game pp. 150-155 Downloads
Lisette Ibanez, Nathalie Moureau and Sébastien Roussel

Volume 65, issue C, 2016

U.S. consumers’ preferences for imported and genetically modified sugar: Examining policy consequentiality in a choice experiment pp. 1-8 Downloads
Karen E. Lewis, Carola Grebitus and Rodolfo Nayga
Confirmation: What's in the evidence? pp. 9-15 Downloads
Mitesh Kataria
Measuring time preferences: Comparing methods and evaluating the magnitude effect pp. 16-26 Downloads
Daniel Hermann and Oliver Musshoff
Fundraising to a real-life public good – evidence from the laboratory pp. 27-37 Downloads
Yuval Arbel, Bar-El, Ronen and Yossef Tobol
Motivations for tipping: How they differ across more and less frequently tipped services pp. 38-48 Downloads
Michael Lynn
The advantage of hierarchy: Inducing responsibility and selecting ability? pp. 49-57 Downloads
Philipp E. Otto and Friedel Bolle
Explaining the use of attribute cut-off values in decision making by means of involvement pp. 58-66 Downloads
Anne O. Peschel, Carola Grebitus, Gregory Colson and Wuyang Hu
Evaluation of individuals’ intention to pay a premium price for ecotourism: An exploratory study pp. 67-78 Downloads
Marta Meleddu and Manuela Pulina
To know or not to know? Looking at payoffs signals selfish behavior, but it does not actually mean so pp. 79-84 Downloads
Valerio Capraro and Jotte Kuilder
Consumer knowledge affects valuation of product attributes: Experimental results for wine pp. 85-94 Downloads
Christopher Gustafson, Travis Lybbert and Daniel Sumner
Does choosing jobs based on income risk lead to higher job satisfaction in the long run? Evidence from the natural experiment of German reunification pp. 95-108 Downloads
Qiyan Ong and Walter Theseira
An experimental study on the effect of co-payment in public services pp. 109-116 Downloads
Aurora García-Gallego, Nikolaos Georgantzís, Jaber-López, Tarek and Gianandrea Staffiero
Endogenous context in a dictator game pp. 117-120 Downloads
Linda Thunstrom, Todd Cherry, David McEvoy and Jason Shogren
External validity of prospect theory: The evidence from soccer betting pp. 121-127 Downloads
Ondřej Krčál, Michal Kvasnička and Rostislav Staněk
Can't wait to celebrate: Holiday euphoria, impulsive behavior and time preference pp. 128-134 Downloads
Eyal Lahav, Tal Shavit and Uri Benzion
Buying behaviors when similar products are available under pay-what-you-want and posted price conditions: Field-experimental evidence pp. 135-145 Downloads
Torsten J. Gerpott and Christina Schneider
Inspirations or incitements? Ethical mind-sets and the effect of moral examples pp. 146-153 Downloads
Serhiy Kandul and Matthias Uhl
John F. Tomer, Integrating Human Capital with Human Development: The Path to a More Productive and Humane Economy (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016). 231 pp. $120.00. ISBN: 978-1-137-47352-3 pp. 154-155 Downloads
Steven Pressman

Volume 64, issue C, 2016

Cognitive abilities and economic behavior pp. 1-4 Downloads
Pablo Brañas-Garza and John Smith
Do individuals with higher cognitive ability play more strategically? pp. 5-11 Downloads
Juan Benito, Penélope Hernández and Sanchis-Llopis, Juan A.
Think twice before running! Bank runs and cognitive abilities pp. 12-19 Downloads
Hubert Janos Kiss, Ismael Rodriguez-Lara and Alfonso Rosa-García
To trust, or not to trust: Cognitive reflection in trust games pp. 20-27 Downloads
Brice Corgnet, Antonio Espín, Hernán-González, Roberto, Praveen Kujal and Stephen Rassenti
Smart or selfish – When smart guys finish nice pp. 28-40 Downloads
Johannes Lohse
Logical omniscience at the laboratory pp. 41-49 Downloads
Ralph-C Bayer and Ludovic Renou
Average player traits as predictors of cooperation in a repeated prisoner's dilemma pp. 50-60 Downloads
Al-Ubaydli, Omar, Garett Jones and Jaap Weel
Faith in intuition and cognitive reflection pp. 61-70 Downloads
Carlos Alós-Ferrer and Sabine Hügelschäfer
GO figure: Analytic and strategic skills are separable pp. 71-80 Downloads
Sascha Baghestanian and Seth Frey
Cognitive (ir)reflection: New experimental evidence pp. 81-93 Downloads
Carlos Cueva, Inigo Iturbe-Ormaetxe, Mata-Pérez, Esther, Giovanni Ponti, Marcello Sartarelli, Haihan Yu and Vita Zhukova
Comparing decisions under compound risk and ambiguity: The importance of cognitive skills pp. 94-105 Downloads
Sasha Prokosheva
The investment decisions of young adults under relaxed borrowing constraints pp. 106-121 Downloads
Michael Insler, James Compton and Pamela Schmitt
Toward the integration of personality theory and decision theory in explaining economic behavior: An experimental investigation pp. 122-137 Downloads
Aldo Rustichini, Colin G. DeYoung, Jon E. Anderson and Stephen Burks

Volume 63, issue C, 2016

Peer effects in the diffusion of innovations: Theory and simulation pp. 1-13 Downloads
Hang Xiong, Diane Payne and Stephen Kinsella
The combined impact factor of the Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics and the Journal of Socio-Economics increased to 0.541 pp. A1-A2 Downloads
Ofer Azar
Favor transmission and social image concern: An experimental study pp. 14-21 Downloads
Pinghan Liang and Juanjuan Meng
Over-the-counter markets vs. double auctions: A comparative experimental study pp. 22-35 Downloads
Giuseppe Attanasi, Samuele Centorrino and Ivan Moscati
Trust and reciprocity in Cyprus pp. 36-49 Downloads
Tufan Ekici, Selim Ergun and M. Fernanda Rivas
Paying for sustainability: A cross-cultural analysis of consumers’ valuations of food and non-food products labeled for carbon and water footprints pp. 50-58 Downloads
Carola Grebitus, Bodo Steiner and Michele M. Veeman
Spillovers and conflict in wage bargaining: Experimental evidence pp. 59-68 Downloads
Alex Lehr, Jana Vyrastekova, Agnes Akkerman and René Torenvlied
Gender differences in beliefs and actions in a framed corruption experiment pp. 69-82 Downloads
Miloš Fišar, Matus Kubak, Jiří Špalek and James Tremewan
Social network structure and government provision crowding-out on voluntary contributions pp. 83-90 Downloads
Yao-Yu Chih
Does money buy happiness? Financial and general well-being of immigrants in Australia pp. 91-105 Downloads
Liliya Gatina
The role of personal interaction in the assessment of risk attitudes pp. 106-113 Downloads
Benjamin Roth, Stefan Trautmann and Andrea Voskort
Materialistic, pro-social, anti-social, or mixed – A within-subject examination of self- and other-regarding preferences pp. 114-124 Downloads
Abdolkarim Sadrieh and Marina Schröder
What is a fair wage? Reference points, entitlements and gift exchange pp. 125-135 Downloads
Eleonora Bottino, García-Muñoz, Teresa, Cintia Goddio and Praveen Kujal
Are high-ability individuals really more tolerant of risk? A test of the relationship between risk aversion and cognitive ability pp. 136-147 Downloads
Matthew P. Taylor
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