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Journal of Risk and Uncertainty

1988 - 2020

Current editor(s): W. Kip Viscusi

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Volume 60, issue 3, 2020

E-cigarettes and adult smoking: Evidence from Minnesota pp. 207-228 Downloads
Henry Saffer, Daniel Dench, Michael Grossman and Dhaval Dave
The effects of traditional cigarette and e-cigarette tax rates on adult tobacco product use pp. 229-258 Downloads
Michael Pesko, Charles Courtemanche and Johanna Catherine Maclean
Electronic cigarette risk beliefs and usage after the vaping illness outbreak pp. 259-279 Downloads
W Viscusi
News that takes your breath away: risk perceptions during an outbreak of vaping-related lung injuries pp. 281-307 Downloads
Dhaval Dave, Daniel Dench, Donald Kenkel, Alan Mathios and Hua Wang

Volume 60, issue 2, 2020

Do measures of risk attitude in the laboratory predict behavior under risk in and outside of the laboratory? pp. 99-123 Downloads
Gary Charness, Thomas Garcia, Theo Offerman and Marie Claire Villeval
The uncertainty triangle – Uncovering heterogeneity in attitudes towards uncertainty pp. 125-156 Downloads
Daniel Burghart, Thomas Epper and Ernst Fehr
The representative heuristic and catastrophe-related risk behaviors pp. 157-185 Downloads
Randy E. Dumm, David L. Eckles, Charles Nyce and Jacqueline Volkman-Wise
Linking subjective and incentivized risk attitudes: The importance of losses pp. 187-206 Downloads
Johannes G. Jaspersen, Marc A. Ragin and Justin R. Sydnor

Volume 60, issue 1, 2020

Thoughts and prayers – Do they crowd out charity donations? pp. 1-28 Downloads
Linda Thunström
Risk attitudes and digit ratio (2D:4D): Evidence from prospect theory pp. 29-51 Downloads
Levent Neyse, Ferdinand M. Vieider, Patrick Ring, Catharina Probst, Christian Kaernbach, Thilo Eimeren and Ulrich Schmidt
Opting out of workers’ compensation: Non-subscription in Texas and its effects pp. 53-76 Downloads
Lu Jinks, Thomas Kniesner, John Leeth and Anthony Lo Sasso
Private security, maritime piracy and the provision of international public safety pp. 77-97 Downloads
Gregory DeAngelo and Taylor Leland Smith

Volume 59, issue 3, 2019

Risky health decisions under regulatory constraints: Abortion tourism in Switzerland pp. 203-237 Downloads
Annette Hofmann, Julia K. Neumann and Peter Zweifel
Resolving Rabin’s paradox pp. 239-260 Downloads
Han Bleichrodt, Jason N. Doctor, Yu Gao, Chen Li, Daniella Meeker and Peter Wakker
Common genetic effects on risk-taking preferences and choices pp. 261-279 Downloads
Nicos Nicolaou and Scott Shane
Pricing risk in prostitution: Evidence from online sex ads pp. 281-305 Downloads
Gregory DeAngelo, Jacob N. Shapiro, Jeffrey Borowitz, Michael Cafarella, Christopher Ré and Gary Shiffman

Volume 59, issue 2, 2019

The framing of nothing and the psychology of choice pp. 125-149 Downloads
Marc Scholten, Daniel Read and Neil Stewart
Protecting against disaster risks: Why insurance and prevention may be complements pp. 151-169 Downloads
Wouter Botzen, Howard Kunreuther and Erwann Michel-Kerjan
Gender effects for loss aversion: Yes, no, maybe? pp. 171-184 Downloads
Ranoua Bouchouicha, Lachlan Deer, Ashraf Galal Eid, Peter McGee, Daniel Schoch, Hrvoje Stojic, Jolanda Ygosse-Battisti and Ferdinand M. Vieider
Some implications of common consequences in lotteries pp. 185-202 Downloads
David Crainich, Louis Eeckhoudt and Mario Menegatti

Volume 59, issue 1, 2019

Endogenous attention to costs pp. 1-22 Downloads
Linda Thunström and Chian Jones Ritten
Correlation neglect and case-based decisions pp. 23-49 Downloads
Benjamin Radoc, Robert Sugden and Theodore Turocy
An experimental test of the predictive power of dynamic ambiguity models pp. 51-83 Downloads
Konstantinos Georgalos
Learning from extreme catastrophes pp. 85-124 Downloads
Shinichi Kamiya and Noriyoshi Yanase

Volume 58, issue 2, 2019

Risk guideposts for a safer society: Introduction and overview pp. 101-119 Downloads
W Viscusi
Ruining popcorn? The welfare effects of information pp. 121-142 Downloads
Cass R. Sunstein
Utility functions for mild and severe health risks pp. 143-166 Downloads
W Viscusi
Valuing mortality risk in China: Comparing stated-preference estimates from 2005 and 2016 pp. 167-186 Downloads
James Hammitt, Fangli Geng, Xiaoqi Guo and Chris P. Nielsen
Birds of a feather: Estimating the value of statistical life from dual-earner families pp. 187-205 Downloads
Joseph E. Aldy
Behavioral economics and the value of a statistical life pp. 207-217 Downloads
Thomas Kniesner
Empirical evidence of risk penalties for NTI Drugs pp. 219-244 Downloads
Elissa Philip Gentry
Can a ‘veil of ignorance’ reduce the impact of distortionary taxation on public good valuations? pp. 245-262 Downloads
Morgan Beeson, Susan Chilton, Michael Jones-Lee, Hugh Metcalf and Jytte Seested Nielsen

Volume 58, issue 1, 2019

The value of a statistical life under changes in ambiguity pp. 1-15 Downloads
Han Bleichrodt, Christophe Courbage and Béatrice Rey
Interpersonal discounting pp. 17-42 Downloads
Rong Rong, Therese C. Grijalva, Jayson Lusk and W. Shaw
Looking ahead: Subjective time perception and individual discounting pp. 43-69 Downloads
W. David Bradford, Paul Dolan and Matteo Galizzi
Measuring ambiguity preferences: A new ambiguity preference survey module pp. 71-100 Downloads
Elisa Cavatorta and David Schröder

Volume 57, issue 3, 2018

Boundedly rational expected utility theory pp. 199-223 Downloads
Daniel Navarro-Martinez, Graham Loomes, Andrea Isoni, David Butler and Larbi Alaoui
Decision irrationalities involving deadly risks pp. 225-252 Downloads
W Viscusi and Scott DeAngelis
Dinner with Bayes: On the revision of risk beliefs pp. 253-280 Downloads
Christoph Rheinberger and James Hammitt
Subjective beliefs and confidence when facts are forgotten pp. 281-299 Downloads
Igor Kopylov and Joshua Miller

Volume 57, issue 2, 2018

Valuing the risk of workplace sexual harassment pp. 111-131 Downloads
Joni Hersch
Ambiguity framed pp. 133-151 Downloads
Mark Schneider, Jonathan Leland and Nathaniel Wilcox
Reporting probabilistic expectations with dynamic uncertainty about possible distributions pp. 153-176 Downloads
Charles Bellemare, Sabine Kröger and Kouamé Marius Sossou
Present bias and health pp. 177-198 Downloads
Yang Wang and Frank Sloan

Volume 57, issue 1, 2018

Temporal discounting of gains and losses of time: An experimental investigation pp. 1-28 Downloads
Mohammed Abdellaoui, Cédric Gutierrez and Emmanuel Kemel
Your money and your life: Risk attitudes over gains and losses pp. 29-50 Downloads
Adam Oliver
Age, autos, and the value of a statistical life pp. 51-79 Downloads
James O’Brien
Risk taking on behalf of others: The role of social distance pp. 81-109 Downloads
Natalia Montinari and Michela Rancan

Volume 56, issue 3, 2018

Defaults, normative anchors, and the occurrence of risky and cautious shifts pp. 211-236 Downloads
Stephan Jagau and Theo Offerman
Spatial externalities and risk in interdependent security games pp. 237-257 Downloads
Stephan Kroll and Aric P. Shafran
Estimating representations of time preferences and models of probabilistic intertemporal choice on experimental data pp. 259-287 Downloads
Pavlo R. Blavatskyy and Hela Maafi
Risk and risk aversion effects in contests with contingent payments pp. 289-305 Downloads
Liqun Liu, Jack Meyer, Andrew J. Rettenmaier and Thomas R. Saving

Volume 56, issue 2, 2018

Discounting health and money: New evidence using a more robust method pp. 117-140 Downloads
Arthur Attema, Han Bleichrodt, Olivier L’Haridon, Patrick Peretti-Watel and Valérie Seror
Social interaction effects: The impact of distributional preferences on risky choices pp. 141-164 Downloads
Anita Gantner and Rudolf Kerschbamer
Responsiveness to feedback as a personal trait pp. 165-192 Downloads
Thomas Buser, Leonie Gerhards and Joël Weele
Evidence for multiple strategies in choice under risk pp. 193-210 Downloads
Giorgio Coricelli, Enrico Diecidue and Francesco D. Zaffuto

Volume 56, issue 1, 2018

Complexity in risk elicitation may affect the conclusions: A demonstration using gender differences pp. 1-17 Downloads
Gary Charness, Catherine Eckel, Uri Gneezy and Agne Kajackaite
Goals as reference points in marathon running: A novel test of reference dependence pp. 19-50 Downloads
Alex Markle, George Wu, Rebecca White and Aaron Sackett
Corporate apology for environmental damage pp. 51-81 Downloads
Ben Gilbert, Alexander James and Jason Shogren
Making the Anscombe-Aumann approach to ambiguity suitable for descriptive applications pp. 83-116 Downloads
Stefan Trautmann and Peter Wakker
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