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2020
w26778 Olivier Coibion
Dimitris Georgarakos
Yuriy Gorodnichenko
Michael Weber

Forward Guidance and Household Expectations
w26743 Benjamin M. Hébert
Michael Woodford

Neighborhood-Based Information Costs
w26701 Marco Cipriani
Ana Fostel
Daniel Houser

Leverage and Asset Prices: An Experiment.
w26684 Olivia S. Mitchell
Stephen Utkus

Target Date Funds and Portfolio Choice in 401(k) Plans
w26668 Benjamin Loos
Steffen Meyer
Michaela Pagel

The Consumption Effects of the Disposition to Sell Winners and Hold Losers
w26664 Benjamin Enke
Frederik Schwerter
Florian Zimmermann

Associative Memory and Belief Formation
w26619 Lamar Pierce
Alex Rees-Jones
Charlotte Blank

The Negative Consequences of Loss-Framed Performance Incentives
2019
w26588 Andreas Fagereng
Martin Blomhoff Holm
Benjamin Moll
Gisle Natvik

Saving Behavior Across the Wealth Distribution: The Importance of Capital Gains
w26586 Ian Martin
Stefan Nagel

Market Efficiency in the Age of Big Data
w26518 Benjamin Enke
Thomas Graeber

Cognitive Uncertainty
w26493 Alexander M. Chinco
Andreas Neuhierl
Michael Weber

Estimating The Anomaly Base Rate
w26469 Marco Cipriani
Ana Fostel
Daniel Houser

Endogenous Leverage and Default in the Laboratory
w26457 Zhenyu Gao
Michael Sockin
Wei Xiong

Economic Consequences of Housing Speculation
w26444 Allan Drazen
Anna Dreber Almenberg
Erkut Y. Ozbay
Erik Snowberg

A Journal-Based Replication of "Being Chosen to Lead"
w26437 Vanya Horneff
Raimond Maurer
Olivia S. Mitchell

How Would 401(k) 'Rothification' Alter Saving, Retirement Security, and Inequality?
w26423 Huaizhi Chen
Lauren Cohen
Umit Gurun

Don't Take Their Word For It: The Misclassification of Bond Mutual Funds
w26394 Bnaya Dreyfuss
Ori Heffetz
Matthew Rabin

Expectations-Based Loss Aversion May Help Explain Seemingly Dominated Choices in Strategy-Proof Mechanisms
w26382 Youssef Benzarti
Playing Hide and Seek: How Lenders Respond to Borrower Protection
w26357 Dietmar Fehr
Günther Fink
Kelsey Jack

Poverty, Seasonal Scarcity and Exchange Asymmetries
w26354 Sean Hundtofte
Arna Olafsson
Michaela Pagel

Credit Smoothing
w26352 Hitoshi Shigeoka
Long-Term Consequences of Growing up in a Recession on Risk Preferences
w26329 Torben G. Andersen
Martin Thyrsgaard
Viktor Todorov

Cross-Sectional Dispersion of Risk in Trading Time
w26290 Carolin Pflueger
Emil Siriwardane
Adi Sunderam

Financial Market Risk Perceptions and the Macroeconomy
w26258 Michael Woodford
Modeling Imprecision in Perception, Valuation and Choice
w26255 Stefan Nagel
Zhengyang Xu

Asset Pricing with Fading Memory
w26237 Francesco D’Acunto
Ulrike Malmendier
Juan Ospina
Michael Weber

Exposure to Daily Price Changes and Inflation Expectations
w26200 Jessica A. Wachter
Michael Jacob Kahana

A Retrieved-Context Theory Of Financial Decisions
w26180 William Morrison
Dmitry Taubinsky

Rules of Thumb and Attention Elasticities: Evidence from Under- and Overreaction to Taxes
w26176 Anya Samek
Arie Kapteyn
Andre Gray

Using Vignettes to Improve Understanding of Social Security and Annuities
w26110 Jeremy Burke
Julian Jamison
Dean Karlan
Kata Mihaly
Jonathan Zinman

Credit Building or Credit Crumbling? A Credit Builder Loan's Effects on Consumer Behavior, Credit Scores and Their Predictive Power
w26109 Joshua Schwartzstein
Adi Sunderam

Using Models to Persuade
w26078 Gopi Shah Goda
Matthew R. Levy
Colleen Flaherty Manchester
Aaron Sojourner
Joshua Tasoff

Who is a Passive Saver Under Opt-In and Auto-Enrollment?
w26048 Tatiana Homonoff
Rourke O'Brien
Abigail B. Sussman

Does Knowing Your FICO Score Change Financial Behavior? Evidence from a Field Experiment with Student Loan Borrowers
w25977 Ricardo J. Caballero
Alp Simsek

Prudential Monetary Policy
w25976 Kate Bundorf
Maria Polyakova
Ming Tai-Seale

How do Humans Interact with Algorithms? Experimental Evidence from Health Insurance
w25956 David Altig
Jose Maria Barrero
Nicholas Bloom
Steven J. Davis
Brent H. Meyer
Nicholas Parker

Surveying Business Uncertainty
w25929 Orazio Attanasio
Matthew Bird
Lina Cardona-Sosa
Pablo Lavado

Freeing Financial Education via Tablets: Experimental Evidence from Colombia
w25920 Guido Friebel
Matthias Heinz
Mitchell Hoffman
Nick Zubanov

What Do Employee Referral Programs Do?
w25905 Benjamin M. Marx
Lesley J. Turner

Student Loan Choice Overload
w25876 John Beshears
James J. Choi
David Laibson
Brigitte C. Madrian
William L. Skimmyhorn

Borrowing to Save? The Impact of Automatic Enrollment on Debt
w25843 Michael Bailey
Drew M. Johnston
Theresa Kuchler
Johannes Stroebel
Arlene Wong

Peer Effects in Product Adoption
w25838 Yosef Bonaparte
Russell Cooper
Mengli Sha

Rationalizing Trading Frequency and Returns: Maybe Trading is Good for You
w25814 Eliezer Fich
Viktoriya Lantushenko
Clemens Sialm

Institutional Trading Around M&A Announcements
w25802 Uzma Afzal
Giovanna D'Adda
Marcel Fafchamps
Simon R. Quinn
Farah Said

Implicit and Explicit Commitment in Credit and Saving Contracts: A Field Experiment
w25777 Aydoğan Alti
Sheridan Titman

A Dynamic Model of Characteristic-Based Return Predictability
w25751 Kelly Shue
Richard R. Townsend

Can the Market Multiply and Divide? Non-Proportional Thinking in Financial Markets
w25750 Hugh Hoikwang Kim
Raimond Maurer
Olivia S. Mitchell

How Cognitive Ability and Financial Literacy Shape the Demand for Financial Advice at Older Ages
w25747 Robin Greenwood
Samuel G. Hanson
Lawrence J. Jin

Reflexivity in Credit Markets
w25746 Jason A. Aimone
Brittany Ward
James E. West

Dishonest Behavior: Sin Big or Go Home
w25744 Stefano Giglio
Matteo Maggiori
Johannes Stroebel
Stephen Utkus

Five Facts about Beliefs and Portfolios
w25734 Robert F. Engle III
Stefano Giglio
Bryan T. Kelly
Heebum Lee
Johannes Stroebel

Hedging Climate Change News
w25720 Scott R. Baker
Nicholas Bloom
Steven J. Davis
Kyle J. Kost

Policy News and Stock Market Volatility
w25718 Paul D. Adams
Stefan Hunt
Christopher Palmer
Redis Zaliauskas

Testing the Effectiveness of Consumer Financial Disclosure: Experimental Evidence from Savings Accounts
w25692 Pedro Bordalo
Katherine Coffman
Nicola Gennaioli
Frederik Schwerter
Andrei Shleifer

Memory and Representativeness
w25668 Bronson Argyle
Taylor D. Nadauld
Christopher Palmer

Monthly Payment Targeting and the Demand for Maturity
w25662 Eduardo Dávila
Cecilia Parlatore

Trading Costs and Informational Efficiency
w25653 Òscar Jordà
Moritz Schularick
Alan M. Taylor

The Total Risk Premium Puzzle
w25652 Michael P. Keane
Jonathan D. Ketcham
Nicolai V. Kuminoff
Timothy Neal

Evaluating Consumers' Choices of Medicare Part D Plans: A Study in Behavioral Welfare Economics
w25650 Pedro Bordalo
Nicola Gennaioli
Andrei Shleifer

Memory and Reference Prices: an Application to Rental Choice
w25590 James Andreoni
Michael A. Kuhn
John A. List
Anya Samek
Kevin Sokal
Charles Sprenger

Toward an Understanding of the Development of Time Preferences: Evidence from Field Experiments
w25567 John Gathergood
David Hirshleifer
David Leake
Hiroaki Sakaguchi
Neil Stewart

Naïve *Buying* Diversification and Narrow Framing by Individual Investors
w25566 Bing Han
David Hirshleifer
Johan Walden

Visibility Bias in the Transmission of Consumption Beliefs and Undersaving
w25561 Kanin Anantanasuwong
Roy Kouwenberg
Olivia S. Mitchell
Kim Peijnenberg

Ambiguity Attitudes about Investments: Evidence from the Field
w25551 Sina Ehsani
Juhani T. Linnainmaa

Factor Momentum and the Momentum Factor
w25542 Steffen Meyer
Michaela Pagel

Fully Closed: Individual Responses to Realized Gains and Losses
w25540 Victor Stango
Jonathan Zinman

We are all Behavioral, More or Less: Measuring and Using Consumer-level Behavioral Sufficient Statistics
w25536 Robert J. Shiller
Narratives about Technology-Induced Job Degradations Then and Now
w25496 Francesco D’Acunto
Daniel Hoang
Maritta Paloviita
Michael Weber

IQ, Expectations, and Choice
w25478 Rava Azeredo da Silveira
Michael Woodford

Noisy Memory and Over-Reaction to News
w25473 John Beshears
James J. Choi
David Laibson
Brigitte C. Madrian

Active Choice, Implicit Defaults, and the Incentive to Choose
w25417 Peter Ganong
Pascal J. Noel

Consumer Spending During Unemployment: Positive and Normative Implications

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