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Outputs - Papers and Publications

On this page we highlight the publications associated with, or attributable to, the Network from our second round of funding which commenced on 1 October 2017. This may include publications, discussion papers or other documents in the public domain. Work attributed to our grant will cite our grant number - ES/P008976/1.  A list 'other outputs' which includes talks, events and media activities can be found here.

Reexamining How Utility and Weighting Functions Get Their Shapes: A Quasi-Adversarial Collaboration Providing

Despoina Alempaki, Emina Canic, Timothy L. Mullett, William J. Skylark, Chris Starmer, Neil Stewart, Fabio Tufano

Investor Attention, Reference Points and the Disposition Effect

John Gathergood, George Loewenstein, Edika Quispe-Torreblanca and Neil Stewart

Causal peer effects in police misconduct

Edika G. Quispe-Torreblanca and Neil Stewart

Promoting voter registration: the effects of low-cost interventions on behaviour and norms

Felix Koelle, Tom Lane, Daniele Nosenzo, Chris Starmer

Discriminating Between Models of Ambiguity Attitude: a Qualitative Test

Robin Cubitt, Gijs van de Kuilen, and Sujoy Mukerji

How Do Individuals Repay Their Debt? The Balance-Matching Heuristic

In this paper by John Gathergood, Neale Mahoney, Neil Stewart and Jörg Weber, the authors study how individuals repay their credit card debt.

Weighing anchor on credit card debt

Benedict Guttman-Kenney, Jesse Leary and Neil Stewart

The semblance of success in nudging consumers to pay down credit card debt

Paul Adams, Benedict Guttman-Kenney, Lucy Hayes, Stefan Hunt, David Laibson and Neil Stewart

Increasing credit card payments using choice architecture: The case of anchors and prompts

Paul Adams, Benedict Guttman-Kenney, Lucy Hayes, Stefan Hunt and Neil Stewart

The effect of risk warning content for contract for difference products

Timothy L. Mullett, Laura Smart & Neil Stewart

The Conflict Between Consumer Intentions, Beliefs and Actions to Pay Down Credit Card Debt

Paul Adams, Benedict Guttman-Kenney, Lucy Hayes, Stefan Hunt, David Laibson and Neil Stewart

On the priming of risk preferences: The role of fear and general affect

Despoina Alempaki, Chris Starmer and Fabio Tufano

How Do Payday Loans Affect Borrowers? Evidence from the U.K. Market

John Gathergood, Benedict Guttman-Kenney and Stefan Hunt

How Do Consumers Avoid Penalty Fees? Evidence from Credit Cards

John Gathergood, Hiroaki Sakaguchi, Neil Stewart and Joerg Weber

When Setting a Default Payment Harms Credit Card Holders

Hiroaki Sakaguchi, Neil Stewart and John Gathergood

Deception and Reciprocity

Despoina Alempaki, Gönül Dogan and Silvia Saccardo

Can Upfront Declarations of Honesty Improve Anonymous Self-Reports of Sensitive Information?

Isoni, A., Read, D., Kolodko, J., Arango-Ochoa, J., Chua, J. and Tiku, S.

The strength of sensitivity to ambiguity

Robin Cubitt, Gijs van de Kuilen and Sujoy Mukerji

The Red, the Black, and the Plastic: Paying Down Credit Card Debt for Hotels Not Sofas

In this paper by Edika Quispe-Torreblanca, Neil Stewart, John Gathergood and George Loewenstein, the authors find results are consistent with their prediction that consumers will pay off expenditure on transient forms of consumption more quickly than expenditure on durables.

Consumption experience, choice experience and the endowment effect

Steven J. Humphrey, Luke Lindsay and Chris Starmer
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