Journal of Economic Psychology 1992 - Abstracts

Journal of Economic Psychology 1992
A note on the failure to use negative information.Psychology and mental healthDavidsson, Per, Wahlund, Richard
A note on the robustness of a classical framing result.Psychology and mental healthBohm, Peter, Lind, Hans
A three-person ultimatum game to investigate effects of differences in need, sharing rules and observability on bargaining behavior.Psychology and mental healthOppewal, Harmen, Tougareva, Elena
Consolidation processes in decision making: post-decision changes in attractiveness of alternatives.Psychology and mental healthSvenson, Ola, Benthorn, Lars J.
Developing a dynamic research strategy for the economic psychology study of taxation.Psychology and mental healthGroenland, Edward A.G.
Dutch tax simplification: unique in an international setting.Psychology and mental healthSommerhalder, Ruud A.
Economics of information and heterogeneous products.Psychology and mental healthAndrews, Rick L.
Employers' evaluation of the Dutch tax reform.Psychology and mental healthEling, Anja M.
Estimating the efficiency of consumer choices of new automobiles.Psychology and mental healthRatchford, Brian T., Gupta, Pola
Incentives in simple bargaining games.Psychology and mental healthSefton, Martin
New experiments on the endowment effect.Psychology and mental healthOrtona, Guido, Scacciati, Francesco
Norms and self-interest in ultimatum bargaining: the prince's prudence.Psychology and mental healthMeyer, Heinz-Dieter
On measuring tax evasion.Psychology and mental healthRobben, Henry S.J., Hessing, Dick J., Elffers, Henk
On utility function estimation of racetrack bettors.Psychology and mental healthKanto, Antti J., Rosenqvist, Gunnar, Suvas, Arto
Parental investment and risk taking in simulated family situations.Psychology and mental healthLampert, Ada, Yassour, Joseph
Perception and judgments of the economic system.Psychology and mental healthTyszka, Tadeusz, Sokolowska, Joanna
Piece rates, output restriction, and conformism.Psychology and mental healthLevine, David I.
Semi-normative theories based on bounded reality.Psychology and mental healthTietz, Reinhard
Social psychology, unemployment exposure and equilibrium unemployment.Psychology and mental healthGoldsmith, Arthur H., Darity, William, Jr.
Survey investigations of the hidden economy: some methodological results.Psychology and mental healthKazemier, Brugt, Eck, Rob van
Taxation and female participation in the labor market.Psychology and mental healthJames, Simon
Taxation and work: both sides of the market are important.Psychology and mental healthvan Paridon, C.W.A.M.
Tax changes and economic behavior: the case of tax evasion.Psychology and mental healthWahlund, Richard
Tax evasion and inequity.Psychology and mental healthCowell, F.A.
Tax reform: dreaming about tough realities.Psychology and mental healthKam, Flip de
The influence of endowments asymmetry and information level on the contribution to a public step good.Psychology and mental healthVan Dijk, Eric, Grodzka, Malgorzata
The interaction of aspiration levels and the social field in experimental bargaining.Psychology and mental healthOstmann, Axel
Thinking about labour supply.Psychology and mental healthDilnot, Andrew, Duncan, Alan
Who responds to changes in taxation? the relationship between taxation and incentive to work.Psychology and mental healthWebley, Paul, Calderwood, Gary
Why and when to love your enemy.Psychology and mental healthBolle, Friedel
Will taxpayers ever like taxes? responses to the U.S Tax Reform Act of 1986.Psychology and mental healthScholz, John T., McGraw, Kathleen M., Steenbergen, Marco R.
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