Prepared for a special issue of Behavioural Public Policy on Field Experiments.
AUTHORS: Glenn W. Harrison
ABSTRACT: The current state of the art in field experiments does not give me any confidence that we should be assuming that we have anything worth scaling, assuming we really care about the expected… more »
Forthcoming in G.W. Harrison and D. Ross (eds.), Models of Risk Preferences: Descriptive and Normative Challenges (Bingley, UK: Emerald, Research in Experimental Economics, 2021).
AUTHORS: Glenn W. Harrison and J. Todd Swarthout
ABSTRACT: We take Cumulative Prospect Theory (CPT) seriously by rigorously estimating structural models using the full set of CPT… more »
Forthcoming – Review of Economics and Statistics
AUTHORS: Glenn W. Harrison, Morten I. Lau and Hong Il Yoo
ABSTRACT: We evaluate the temporal stability of risk preferences using a remarkable data set that combines socio-demographic information from the Danish Civil Registry with information on risk attitudes from a longitudinal field experiment.… more »