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Dmitry Taubinsky
Dmitry Taubinsky
UC Berkeley, Department of Economics
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Individual laboratory-measured discount rates predict field behavior
CF Chabris, D Laibson, CL Morris, JP Schuldt, D Taubinsky
Journal of risk and uncertainty 37 (2), 237-269, 2008
5832008
Evaluating Behaviorally-Motivated Policy: Experimental Evidence from the Lightbulb Market
H Allcott, D Taubinsky
The American Economic Review 105 (8), 2501–2538, 2015
500*2015
Energy policy with externalities and internalities
H Allcott, S Mullainathan, D Taubinsky
Journal of Public Economics 112, 72-88, 2014
437*2014
Regressive sin taxes, with an application to the optimal soda tax
H Allcott, BB Lockwood, D Taubinsky
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 134 (3), 1557-1626, 2019
272*2019
Attention variation and welfare: theory and evidence from a tax salience experiment
D Taubinsky, A Rees-Jones
The Review of Economic Studies 85 (4), 2462-2496, 2018
2352018
Should we tax sugar-sweetened beverages? An overview of theory and evidence
H Allcott, BB Lockwood, D Taubinsky
Journal of Economic Perspectives 33 (3), 202-27, 2019
2072019
Behavioral public economics
BD Bernheim, D Taubinsky
Handbook of behavioral economics: Applications and Foundations 1 1, 381-516, 2018
1632018
The allocation of time in decision-making
CF Chabris, CL Morris, D Taubinsky, D Laibson, JP Schuldt
Journal of the European Economic Association 7 (2-3), 628-637, 2009
150*2009
Measuring “schmeduling”
A Rees-Jones, D Taubinsky
The Review of Economic Studies 87 (5), 2399-2438, 2020
106*2020
From intentions to actions: A model and experimental evidence of inattentive choice
D Taubinsky
Work Pap, 2013
892013
What makes a price fair? An experimental study of transaction experience and endogenous fairness views
H Herz, D Taubinsky
Journal of the European Economic Association 16 (2), 316-352, 2018
64*2018
Designing better sugary drink taxes
AH Grummon, BB Lockwood, D Taubinsky, H Allcott
Science 365 (6457), 989-990, 2019
532019
Measuring the welfare effects of shame and pride
L Butera, R Metcalfe, W Morrison, D Taubinsky
American Economic Review 112 (1), 122-68, 2022
44*2022
Who Chooses Commitment? Evidence and Welfare Implications
M Carrera, H Royer, M Stehr, J Sydnor, D Taubinsky
The Review of Economic Studies, 0
36*
Are high-interest loans predatory? Theory and evidence from payday lending
H Allcott, JJ Kim, D Taubinsky, J Zinman
The Review of Economic Studies, 0
36*
The limits of simple implementation intentions: Evidence from a field experiment on making plans to exercise
M Carrera, H Royer, M Stehr, J Sydnor, D Taubinsky
Journal of health economics 62, 95-104, 2018
312018
Rules of thumb and attention elasticities: Evidence from under-and overreaction to taxes
W Morrison, D Taubinsky
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 1-45, 2019
262019
Ramsey Strikes Back: Optimal Commodity Taxation and Redistribution in the Presence of Salience Effects
H Allcott, B Lockwood, D Taubinsky
AEA Papers and Proceedings 108, 88-92, 2018
202018
Taxing Humans: Pitfalls of the Mechanism Design Approach and Potential Resolutions
A Rees-Jones, D Taubinsky
Tax Policy and the Economy 32 (1), 107-133, 2018
152018
Is Attention Produced Optimally?
ET Bronchetti, JB Kessler, EB Magenheim, D Taubinsky, E Zwick
12*2021
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