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NBER Papers on Working Group on Behavioral Finance

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2018
w24928 Stephen G. Dimmock
Roy Kouwenberg
Olivia S. Mitchell
Kim Peijnenburg

Household Portfolio Underdiversification and Probability Weighting: Evidence from the Field
w24881 Theresa Kuchler
Michaela Pagel

Sticking to Your Plan: The Role of Present Bias for Credit Card Paydown
w24898 John Y. Campbell
Tarun Ramadorai
Benjamin Ranish

Do the Rich Get Richer in the Stock Market? Evidence from India
w24849 Sara G. Castellanos
Diego Jiménez Hernández
Aprajit Mahajan
Enrique Seira

Financial Inclusion and Contract Terms: Experimental Evidence From Mexico
w24854 John Beshears
James J. Choi
David Laibson
Brigitte C. Madrian

Behavioral Household Finance
w24797 Stefano DellaVigna
Structural Behavioral Economics
w24801 Huaizhi Chen
Lauren Cohen
Umit Gurun
Dong Lou
Christopher Malloy

IQ from IP: Simplifying Search in Portfolio Choice
w24823 Atif Mian
Amir Sufi

Credit Supply and Housing Speculation
w24767 Andreas Fuster
Ricardo Perez-Truglia
Basit Zafar

Expectations with Endogenous Information Acquisition: An Experimental Investigation
w24778 Richard T. Thakor
Robert C. Merton

Trust in Lending
w24781 Erik Snowberg
Leeat Yariv

Testing the Waters: Behavior across Participant Pools
w24748 Andreas Neuhierl
Michael Weber

Monetary Momentum
w24709 Kewei Hou
Haitao Mo
Chen Xue
Lu Zhang

q5
w24721 Ori Heffetz
Are Reference Points Merely Lagged Beliefs Over Probabilities?
w24723 Nicholas C. Barberis
Psychology-based Models of Asset Prices and Trading Volume
w24676 David Hirshleifer
Danling Jiang
Yuting Meng

Mood Betas and Seasonalities in Stock Returns
w24696 Ulrike Malmendier
Leslie Sheng Shen

Scarred Consumption
w24697 Ulrike Malmendier
Demian Pouzo
Victoria Vanasco

Investor Experiences and Financial Market Dynamics
w24667 Erik Lindqvist
Robert Östling
David Cesarini

Long-run Effects of Lottery Wealth on Psychological Well-being
2017
w23335 Luigi Butera
John A. List

An Economic Approach to Alleviate the Crises of Confidence in Science: With an Application to the Public Goods Game
w23274 Azi Ben-Rephael
Bruce I. Carlin
Zhi Da
Ryan D. Israelsen

Demand for Information and Asset Pricing
w23247 Mitchell Hoffman
Stephen V. Burks

Training Contracts, Employee Turnover, and the Returns from Firm-sponsored General Training
w23252 Pierre Bachas
Paul Gertler
Sean Higgins
Enrique Seira

How Debit Cards Enable the Poor to Save More
w23254 Xavier Gabaix
David Laibson

Myopia and Discounting
w23255 John R. Graham
Campbell R. Harvey
Jillian Popadak
Shivaram Rajgopal

Corporate Culture: Evidence from the Field
w23256 Pedro Bordalo
Nicola Gennaioli
Andrei Shleifer

Memory, Attention, and Choice
w23228 Ulrike Malmendier
Stefan Nagel
Zhen Yan

The Making of Hawks and Doves: Inflation Experiences on the FOMC
w23229 James Andreoni
Nikos Nikiforakis
Jan Stoop

Are the Rich More Selfish than the Poor, or Do They Just Have More Money? A Natural Field Experiment
w23240 Mitchell Hoffman
Stephen V. Burks

Worker Overconfidence: Field Evidence and Implications for Employee Turnover and Returns from Training
w23211 Itzhak Ben-David
Marieke Bos

Impulsive Consumption and Financial Wellbeing: Evidence from an Increase in the Availability of Alcohol
w23191 Robin Greenwood
Andrei Shleifer
Yang You

Bubbles for Fama
w23152 Alexander Wagner
Richard J. Zeckhauser
Alexandre Ziegler

Company Stock Reactions to the 2016 Election Shock: Trump, Taxes and Trade
w23071 Alan Gerber
Mitchell Hoffman
John Morgan
Collin Raymond

One in a Million: Field Experiments on Perceived Closeness of the Election and Voter Turnout
w23073 Raimond Maurer
Olivia S. Mitchell
Ralph Rogalla
Tatjana Schimetschek

Optimal Social Security Claiming Behavior under Lump Sum Incentives: Theory and Evidence
w23040 Ioannis Branikas
Harrison Hong
Jiangmin Xu

Location Choice, Portfolio Choice
w23057 Victor Stango
Joanne Yoong
Jonathan Zinman

The Quest for Parsimony in Behavioral Economics: New Methods and Evidence on Three Fronts
w23028 Camelia M. Kuhnen
Brian T. Melzer

Non-Cognitive Abilities and Financial Delinquency: The Role of Self-Efficacy in Avoiding Financial Distress

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