TOC: J Econ Psych


Journal of Economic Psychology, 35

Decision heuristics and tax perception – An analysis of a tax-cut-cum-base-broadening policy
Kay Blaufus, Jonathan Bob, Jochen Hundsdoerfer, Dirk Kiesewetter, Joachim Weimann [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Strategic reward and altruistic punishment support cooperation in a public goods game experiment
Jung-Kyoo Choi, T.K. Ahn [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Investor home bias and sentiment about the country benefiting from the tax revenue
Axel Möhlmann [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Generosity, greed, norms, and death – Differential effects of mortality salience on charitable behavior
Eva Jonas, Daniel Sullivan, Jeff Greenberg [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Love the one you’re with: The endowment effect in the dating market
Colette Nataf, Thomas S. Wallsten [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Asymmetric obligations
Nadine Riedel, Hannah Schildberg-Hörisch [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Fiscal psychology past and present: Contemporary experiments validate historical hypotheses
Luigi Ferrari, Salvatore Randisi [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Money isn’t all that matters: The use of financial compensation and apologies to preserve relationships in the aftermath of distributive harm
Tessa Haesevoets, Chris Reinders Folmer, David De Cremer, Alain Van Hiel [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Book Review

Do Nothing! How to Stop Overmanaging and Become a Great Leader, J. Keith Murnighan. Penguin, New York, NY (2012). 224, xiii pp., $26.95, ISBN 978-1-59184-530-0
Joachim I. Krueger [Publisher]

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