Adam Eric Greenberg
Adam Eric Greenberg
Assistant Professor of Marketing, Bocconi University
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On the complementarity of prosocial norms: The case of restaurant tipping during the holidays
AE Greenberg
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 97, 103-112, 2014
382014
Financial decision making
AE Greenberg, HE Hershfield
Consumer Psychology Review 2 (1), 17-29, 2019
262019
Opportunity cost neglect attenuates the effect of choices on preferences
AE Greenberg, SA Spiller
Psychological Science 27 (1), 103-113, 2016
252016
Does weather actually affect tipping? An empirical analysis of time‐series data
SM Flynn, AE Greenberg
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 42 (3), 702-716, 2012
202012
Promoting truthful communication through ex-post disclosure
AE Greenberg, P Smeets, L Zhurakhovska
18*2014
Paternalistic lies
MJ Lupoli, EE Levine, AE Greenberg
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 146, 31-50, 2018
132018
When imagining future wealth influences risky decision making
AE Greenberg
Judgment and Decision Making 8 (3), 268-277, 2013
102013
Debt aversion and the trajectories of psychological pain
AE Greenberg, HE Hershfield
ACR North American Advances 44, 123-127, 2016
62016
Consumer debt and satisfaction in life
AE Greenberg, C Mogilner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 27 (1), 57-68, 2021
42021
The ripple effects of deceptive reporting
S Behnk, AE Greenberg, AF Wagner
Swiss Finance Institute Research Paper, 2020
3*2020
Financial product sensitivity predicts financial health
AE Greenberg, AB Sussman, H Hershfield
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 33 (1), 15-26, 2020
32020
On shifting consumers from high‐interest to low‐interest debt
AE Greenberg, HE Hershfield
Financial Planning Review 2 (1), e1035, 2019
22019
What motivates Social Security claiming age intentions? Testing behaviorally-informed interventions alongside individual differences
AE Greenberg, HE Hershfield, SB Shu, SA Spiller
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
22018
Essays in behavioral economics
AE Greenberg
University of California, San Diego, 2016
22016
Income more reliably predicts frequent than intense happiness
JM Jachimowicz, R Mo, AE Greenberg, B Jeronimus, AV Whillans
Social Psychological and Personality Science, 2020
12020
Exploring how uncertainty in longevity estimates predicts Social Security claiming decisions
AE Greenberg, HE Hershfield, JW Payne, SB Shu, SA Spiller
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2017
12017
When is it OK to tell a well-meaning lie?
AE Greenberg, EE Levine, MJ Lupoli
Harvard Business Review, 2018
2018
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