Judd B. Kessler
Judd B. Kessler
Associate Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy, The Wharton School
Verified email at wharton.upenn.edu - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
The welfare effects of nudges: A case study of energy use social comparisons
H Allcott, JB Kessler
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 11 (1), 236-76, 2019
1362019
The external validity of laboratory experiments: Qualitative rather than quantitative effects
J Kessler, L Vesterlund
Working paper, University of Pittsburgh, 2011
119*2011
Using behavioral economics to design physician incentives that deliver high-value care
EJ Emanuel, PA Ubel, JB Kessler, G Meyer, RW Muller, AS Navathe, ...
Annals of internal medicine 164 (2), 114-119, 2016
1052016
Organ allocation policy and the decision to donate
JB Kessler, AE Roth
American Economic Review 102 (5), 2018-47, 2012
982012
Norms and Contracting
JB Kessler, S Leider
Management Science 58 (1), 62, 2012
962012
The effects of youth employment: Evidence from New York City lotteries
A Gelber, A Isen, JB Kessler
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 131 (1), 423-460, 2016
70*2016
Course match: A large-scale implementation of approximate competitive equilibrium from equal incomes for combinatorial allocation
E Budish, GP Cachon, JB Kessler, A Othman
Operations Research 65 (2), 314-336, 2017
542017
Learning from (failed) replications: Cognitive load manipulations and charitable giving
JB Kessler, S Meier
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 102, 10-13, 2014
462014
Announcements of support and public good provision
JB Kessler
American Economic Review, 2017
39*2017
Behavioral economics and health
JB Kessler, CY Zhang
Paper for Oxford Textbook of Public Health. Available at: http://assets …, 2014
382014
Can Social Information Affect What Job You Choose and Keep?
LC Coffman, CR Featherstone, JB Kessler
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 9 (1), 96-117, 2017
342017
Identity in charitable giving
JB Kessler, KL Milkman
Management Science 64 (2), 845-859, 2018
332018
Don't take'no'for an answer: An experiment with actual organ donor registrations
JB Kessler, AE Roth
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2014
332014
Getting more organs for transplantation
JB Kessler, AE Roth
American Economic Review 104 (5), 425-30, 2014
332014
Bringing real market participants' real preferences into the lab: An experiment that changed the course allocation mechanism at Wharton
E Budish, JB Kessler
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2016
30*2016
Loopholes undermine donation: An experiment motivated by an organ donation priority loophole in Israel
JB Kessler, AE Roth
Journal of Public Economics 114, 19-28, 2014
302014
Incentivizing authorization for deceased organ donation with organ allocation priority: The first 5 years
A Stoler, JB Kessler, T Ashkenazi, AE Roth, J Lavee
American Journal of Transplantation 16 (9), 2639-2645, 2016
272016
Motivated errors
CL Exley, JB Kessler
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2019
24*2019
Tax aversion in labor supply
JB Kessler, MI Norton
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 124, 15-28, 2016
242016
Incentivizing organ donor registrations with organ allocation priority
A Stoler, JB Kessler, T Ashkenazi, AE Roth, J Lavee
Health Economics 26 (4), 500-510, 2017
222017
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