Routledge Focus are 20, to 40, word books. They include extended essays, expanded case studies, and in general books longer than a single research paper but shorter than a standard book.
Behavioral Economics Reading List
Routledge will also publish some books in paperback format from the outset. Paperback books are generally in the range of 60, to , words. Topics, regardless of book format, can be anything in the field of behavioral economics. Or books about current or earlier behavioral economists. As a behavioral economist your research agenda is a topic of interest to Routledge.
If you are interested then please send me a proposal to rabeandf gmail. Your email address will not be published. Routledge Advances in Behavioral Economics and Finance. The power of habit: Why we do what we do in life and business. New York: Random House. Dunt, I. February 5, Nudge nudge, say no more. The Guardian. Etzioni, A. Behavioral economics: Next steps. Journal of Consumer Policy, 34 3 , Falk, A.
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An experimentally validated preference module. The hidden costs of control. American Economic Review, 96, — Fehr, E. On the economics and biology of trust. Journal of the European Economic Association, 7, Fairness and retaliation: The economics of reciprocity. Journal of Economic Perspectives, 14, A theory of fairness, competition, and cooperation.
The Quarterly Journal of Economics, , Festinger, L. A theory of cognitive dissonance. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
Finucane, M. The affect heuristic in judgments of risks and benefits. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making , 13, Fisher, G. Advising the behavioral investor: Lessons from the real world.
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Frederick, S. Time discounting and time preference: A critical review. Journal of Economic Literature, 40 , Hedonic adaptation. Kahneman, E. Schwarz Eds. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
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Fredrickson, B. Duration neglect in retrospective evaluations of affective episodes. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 65 1 , Frey, B. Introducing procedural utility: Not only what, but also how matters.
Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, , Are experimental economists prone to framing effects? A natural field experiment. Gigerenzer, G. Reasoning the fast and frugal way: Models of bounded rationality. Psychological Review, , Gintis, H. The bounds of reason: Game theory and the unification of the behavioral sciences. Glaeser, E. Measuring trust. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 3 , Goldstein, D.
Nudge your customers toward better choices. Harvard Business Review, 86, Models of ecological rationality: the recognition heuristic. Psychological Review, 1 , Golman, R. Information avoidance. Journal of Economic Literature, 55 1 , Goodman, J. Data collection in a flat world: Strengths and weaknesses of Mechanical Turk samples. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 26 3 , Gouldner, A. The norm of reciprocity: A preliminary statement. American Sociological Review , 25 2 , Grinblatt, M. Sensation seeking, overconfidence, and trading activity. Journal of Finance, 64 2 , Guth, W.
An experimental analysis of ultimatum bargaining. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 3, Harley, E.
Hindsight bias in legal decision making. Social Cognition, 25 1 , Harford, T. Behavioral economics and public policy. The Financial Times. Haynes, L. Test, learn, adapt: Developing public policy with randomised controlled trials. London: Cabinet Office. Helweg-Larsen, M. Do moderators of the optimistic bias affect personal or target risk estimates? A review of the literature. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 5 1 , Hershfield, H. Increasing saving behavior through age-progressed renderings of the future self.