Tag: behavioral economics

Preparing to Submit a Short Experimental Paper

In this article I lay out my target journals for a paper in experimental economics. See the bottom of this paper where I link to related articles explaining the selection process. In this case, I’m grepping the Repec list for

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Newtown’s First Law of Behavioral Economics

People are much more likely to contribute to their employer’s 401(k) if they are automatically enrolled. Automatic enrollment means the firm enrolls the employee by default. This is in contrast to the traditional method of manual enrollment where the employee

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