SHACHAR KARIV
University of California, Berkeley
Department of Economics

kariv[at]berkeley[dot]edu

 

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Recent publications

-        Estimating Ambiguity Aversion in a Portfolio Choice Experiment (with David Ahn, Berkeley, Syngjoo Choi, UCL, and Douglas Gale, NYU). Quantitative Economics, July 2014, 5(2), pp. 195–223.

-        Harnessing Naturally Occurring Data to Measure the Response of Spending to Income (with Michael Gelman, University of Michigan, Matthew Shapiro, University of Michigan, Dan Silverman, Arizona State University, and Steven Tadelis, UC Berkeley). Science, July 2014, 345(6193) pp. 212-215.

-        Who is (More) Rational? (with Syngjoo Choi, UCL, Wieland Müller, Tilburg University, and Dan Silverman, Arizona State University). American Economic Review, June 2014, 104(6), pp. 1518–1550.

 

Recent working papers

-   Is There a Development Gap in Rationality? (with Alexander Cappelen, NHH, Erik Sørensen, NHH, and Bertil Tungodden, NHH). Version: July 7, 2014.

-   Choosing a President: Does Character Matter? (with Bill Zame, UCLA). Version: Apr 4, 2014.

-   How Did the Great Recession Impact Social Preferences? (with Ray Fisman, Columbia B-School, and Pam Jakiela, University of Maryland). Version: Mar 8, 2014.

-   The Distributional Preferences of Americans (with Ray Fisman, Columbia B-School, and Pam Jakiela, University of Maryland). Version: Feb 28, 2014.

 

 

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