Judd B. Kessler
Judd B. Kessler
Associate Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy, The Wharton School
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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
1622019
The external validity of laboratory experiments: Qualitative rather than quantitative effects
J Kessler, L Vesterlund
Working paper, University of Pittsburgh, 2011
125*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
1202016
Organ allocation policy and the decision to donate
JB Kessler, AE Roth
American Economic Review 102 (5), 2018-47, 2012
1072012
Norms and Contracting
JB Kessler, S Leider
Management Science 58 (1), 62, 2012
1012012
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
83*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
652017
Learning from (failed) replications: Cognitive load manipulations and charitable giving
JB Kessler, S Meier
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 102, 10-13, 2014
512014
Identity in charitable giving
JB Kessler, KL Milkman
Management Science 64 (2), 845-859, 2018
502018
Announcements of support and public good provision
JB Kessler
American Economic Review, 2017
44*2017
Behavioral economics and health
JB Kessler, CY Zhang
Paper for Oxford Textbook of Public Health. Available at: http://assets …, 2014
402014
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
382017
Getting more organs for transplantation
JB Kessler, AE Roth
American Economic Review 104 (5), 425-30, 2014
362014
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
34*2016
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
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
322014
Tax aversion in labor supply
JB Kessler, MI Norton
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 124, 15-28, 2016
312016
Motivated errors
CL Exley, JB Kessler
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2019
27*2019
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
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
232017
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