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Thomas Graeber
Thomas Graeber
Harvard Business School, CESifo, IZA
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Cognitive uncertainty
B Enke, T Graeber
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
872019
Measuring the scientific effectiveness of contact tracing: Evidence from a natural experiment
T Fetzer, T Graeber
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (33), e2100814118, 2021
232021
Inattentive inference
T Graeber
Available at SSRN 3658112, 2020
232020
Delayed negative effects of prosocial spending on happiness
A Falk, T Graeber
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (12), 6463-6468, 2020
232020
Does contact tracing work? Quasi-experimental evidence from an Excel error in England
T Fetzer, T Graeber
MedRxiv, 2020
212020
Heterogeneity of gain-loss attitudes and expectations-based reference points
L Goette, T Graeber, A Kellogg, C Sprenger
Available at SSRN 3589906, 2019
142019
Confidence and central tendency in perceptual judgment
Y Xiang, T Graeber, B Enke, SJ Gershman
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 83 (7), 3024-3034, 2021
72021
Cognitive uncertainty in intertemporal choice
B Enke, T Graeber
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2021
52021
Cognitive Uncertainty
T Graeber, B Enke
Working Paper, 2019
52019
Heterogeneity of loss aversion and expectations-based reference points
L Goette, T Graeber, A Kellogg, C Sprenger
Available at SSRN 3170670, 2018
42018
Breaking trust: On the persistent effect of banking crisis experience
T Gräber, T Zimmermann
Mimeo, Bonn, Germany: Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität, 2019
32019
Intertemporal altruism
F Chopra, P Eisenhauer, A Falk, T Graeber
Available at SSRN 3771742, 2021
22021
Confidence, self-selection and bias in the aggregate
B Enke, T Graeber, R Oprea
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2022
12022
Does Contact Tracing Work? Quasi-Experimental Evidence from an Excel Error in England (preprint)
T Fetzer, T Graeber
2020
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