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Journal of Risk and Uncertainty

1988 - 2023

Current editor(s): W. Kip Viscusi

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Volume 67, issue 1, 2023

Learning your own risk preferences pp. 1-19 Downloads
Gary Charness, Nir Chemaya and Dario Trujano-Ochoa
Advantageous selection without moral hazard pp. 21-43 Downloads
Philippe De Donder, Marie-Louise Leroux and François Salanié
Paying for randomization and indecisiveness pp. 45-72 Downloads
Qiyan Ong and Jianying Qiu
Estimating risk and time preferences over public lotteries: Findings from the field and stream pp. 73-106 Downloads
David Scrogin

Volume 66, issue 3, 2023

Windfall gains and house money: The effects of endowment history and prior outcomes on risky decision–making pp. 215-232 Downloads
Hauke Jelschen and Ulrich Schmidt
Strategic ambiguity and risk in alternating pie-sharing experiments pp. 233-260 Downloads
Anna Conte, Werner Güth and Paul Pezanis-Christou
Effects of e-cigarette minimum legal sales ages on youth tobacco use in the United States pp. 261-277 Downloads
Michael Pesko
How risky is distracted driving? pp. 279-312 Downloads
J. Bradley Karl, Charles M. Nyce, Lawrence Powell and Boyi Zhuang

Volume 66, issue 2, 2023

The locus of dread for mass shooting risks: Distinguishing alarmist risk beliefs from risk preferences pp. 109-139 Downloads
Rachel E. Dalafave and W Viscusi
Seen and not seen: How people judge ambiguous behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic pp. 141-159 Downloads
Andras Molnar, Alex Moore, Carman Fowler and George Wu
Pay every subject or pay only some? pp. 161-188 Downloads
Lisa R. Anderson, Beth A. Freeborn, Patrick McAlvanah and Andrew Turscak
On the role of monetary incentives in risk preference elicitation experiments pp. 189-213 Downloads
Andreas Hackethal, Michael Kirchler, Christine Laudenbach, Michael Razen and Annika Weber

Volume 66, issue 1, 2023

Towards a typology of risk preference: Four risk profiles describe two-thirds of individuals in a large sample of the U.S. population pp. 1-17 Downloads
Renato Frey, Shannon M. Duncan and Elke U. Weber
Safe options and gender differences in risk attitudes pp. 19-46 Downloads
Paolo Crosetto and Antonio Filippin
Effect of a brief intervention on respondents’ subjective perception of time and discount rates pp. 47-75 Downloads
W. David Bradford and Meriem Hodge Doucette
Individual characteristics associated with risk and time preferences: A multi country representative survey pp. 77-107 Downloads
Thomas Meissner, Xavier Gassmann, Corinne Faure and Joachim Schleich

Volume 65, issue 3, 2022

Is survival a luxury good? Income elasticity of the value per statistical life pp. 239-260 Downloads
James K. Hammitt, Jin-Tan Liu and Jin-Long Liu
Controlling ambiguity: The illusion of control in choice under risk and ambiguity pp. 261-284 Downloads
Alex Berger and Agnieszka Tymula
Biased survival expectations and behaviours: Does domain specific information matter? pp. 285-317 Downloads
Joan Costa-Font and Cristina Vilaplana-Prieto
Risky choice: Probability weighting explains independence axiom violations in monkeys pp. 319-351 Downloads
Simone Ferrari-Toniolo, Leo Chi U. Seak and Wolfram Schultz

Volume 65, issue 2, 2022

An inquiry into the nature and causes of the Description - Experience gap pp. 105-137 Downloads
Robin Cubitt, Orestis Kopsacheilis and Chris Starmer
Risk and rationality: The relative importance of probability weighting and choice set dependence pp. 139-184 Downloads
Adrian Bruhin, Maha Manai and Luís Santos-Pinto
Do people care about loss probabilities? pp. 185-213 Downloads
Stefan Zeisberger
Risk and time preferences interaction: An experimental measurement pp. 215-238 Downloads
Jeeva Somasundaram and Vincent Eli

Volume 65, issue 1, 2022

Chance theory: A separation of riskless and risky utility pp. 1-32 Downloads
Ulrich Schmidt and Horst Zank
The impact of risk aversion and ambiguity aversion on annuity and saving choices pp. 33-56 Downloads
Eric André, Antoine Bommier and François Le Grand
Personalized information and willingness to pay for non-financial risk prevention: An experiment pp. 57-82 Downloads
Yves Arrighi, David Crainich, Véronique Flambard and Sophie Massin
Choice uncertainty and the endowment effect pp. 83-104 Downloads
Christina McGranaghan and Steven G. Otto

Volume 64, issue 3, 2022

Self-serving dishonesty: The role of confidence in driving dishonesty pp. 235-250 Downloads
Stephanie A. Heger, Robert Slonim and Franziska Tausch
Smoking, selection, and medical care expenditures pp. 251-285 Downloads
Michael E. Darden and Robert Kaestner
Risk-taking and others pp. 287-307 Downloads
Annika Lindskog, Peter Martinsson and Haileselassie Medhin
Strength of preference and decisions under risk pp. 309-329 Downloads
Carlos Alós-Ferrer and Michele Garagnani

Volume 64, issue 2, 2022

The limits of reopening policy to alter economic behavior: New evidence from Texas pp. 109-145 Downloads
Dhaval Dave, Joseph J. Sabia and Samuel Safford
Fatalism, beliefs, and behaviors during the COVID-19 pandemic pp. 147-190 Downloads
Jesper Akesson, Sam Ashworth-Hayes, Robert Hahn, Robert Metcalfe and Itzhak Rasooly
How does risk preference change under the stress of COVID-19? Evidence from Japan pp. 191-212 Downloads
Yoshiro Tsutsui and Iku Tsutsui-Kimura
Perceptions of personal and public risk: Dissociable effects on behavior and well-being pp. 213-234 Downloads
Laura K. Globig, Bastien Blain and Tali Sharot

Volume 64, issue 1, 2022

Do people have a bias for low deductible insurance? pp. 1-17 Downloads
Howard Kunreuther and Mark Pauly
Revisiting the diagnosis of intertemporal preference reversals pp. 19-41 Downloads
Zhihua Li and Graham Loomes
A behavioral decomposition of willingness to pay for health insurance pp. 43-87 Downloads
Aurélien Baillon, Aleli Kraft, Owen O’Donnell and Kim Wilgenburg
Intertemporal choice as a tradeoff between cumulative payoff and average delay pp. 89-107 Downloads
Pavlo R. Blavatskyy

Volume 63, issue 3, 2021

Insurance decisions under nonperformance risk and ambiguity pp. 229-253 Downloads
Timo R. Lambregts, Paul Bruggen and Han Bleichrodt
Correction to: Insurance decisions under nonperformance risk and ambiguity pp. 255-255 Downloads
Timo R. Lambregts, Paul Bruggen and Han Bleichrodt
Intransitivity in the small and in the large pp. 257-273 Downloads
Sushil Bikhchandani and Uzi Segal
An experimental study of charity hazard: The effect of risky and ambiguous government compensation on flood insurance demand pp. 275-318 Downloads
Peter John Robinson, W. J. Wouter Botzen and Fujin Zhou
How serious is the measurement-error problem in risk-aversion tasks? pp. 319-342 Downloads
Fabien Perez, Guillaume Hollard and Radu Vranceanu

Volume 63, issue 2, 2021

Crowded out: Heterogeneity in risk attitudes among poor households in the US pp. 103-132 Downloads
Arianna Galliera and Elisabet Rutstrom
Risk avoidance, offsetting community effects, and COVID-19: Evidence from an indoor political rally pp. 133-167 Downloads
Dhaval Dave, Andrew Friedson, Kyutaro Matsuzawa, Drew McNichols, Connor Redpath and Joseph J. Sabia
Gender differences in the stability of risk attitudes pp. 169-201 Downloads
Anwesha Bandyopadhyay, Lutfunnahar Begum and Philip Grossman
The value of statistical life in the context of road safety: new evidence on the contingent valuation/standard gamble chained approach pp. 203-228 Downloads
Fernando-Ignacio Sánchez-Martínez, Jorge-Eduardo Martínez-Pérez, José-María Abellán-Perpiñán and José-Luis Pinto-Prades

Volume 63, issue 1, 2021

Optimality of winner-take-all contests: the role of attitudes toward risk pp. 1-25 Downloads
Liqun Liu and Nicolas Treich
Quantifying loss aversion: Evidence from a UK population survey pp. 27-57 Downloads
David Blake, Edmund Cannon and Douglas Wright
When risky decisions generate externalities pp. 59-79 Downloads
Angela C. M. Oliveira
Effortful Bayesian updating: A pupil-dilation study pp. 81-102 Downloads
Carlos Alós-Ferrer, Alexander Jaudas and Alexander Ritschel
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