Michael A. Kuhn
Michael A. Kuhn
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Experimental methods: Between-subject and within-subject design
G Charness, U Gneezy, MA Kuhn
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 81 (1), 1-8, 2012
9322012
Measuring time preferences: A comparison of experimental methods
J Andreoni, MA Kuhn, C Sprenger
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 116, 451-464, 2015
204*2015
Experimental methods: Extra-laboratory experiments-extending the reach of experimental economics
G Charness, U Gneezy, MA Kuhn
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 91, 93-100, 2013
1422013
Decision-environment effects on intertemporal financial choices: How relevant are resource-depletion models?
MA Kuhn, P Kuhn, MC Villeval
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 137, 72-89, 2017
53*2017
Waiting to Choose: The Role of Deliberation in Intertemporal Choice
A Imas, MA Kuhn, V Mironova
34*2021
Who feels the calorie crunch and when? The impact of school meals on cyclical food insecurity
MA Kuhn
Journal of Public Economics 166, 27-38, 2018
24*2018
Toward an understanding of the development of time preferences: Evidence from field experiments
J Andreoni, MA Kuhn, JA List, A Samek, K Sokal, C Sprenger
Journal of public economics 177, 104039, 2019
18*2019
Building rational cooperation on their own: Learning to start small
J Andreoni, MA Kuhn, L Samuelson
Journal of Public Economic Theory, 2018
17*2018
Electronic Benefit Transfer and Food Expenditure Cycles
MA Kuhn
16*2020
Understanding outcome bias
A Brownback, MA Kuhn
Games and Economic Behavior 117, 342-360, 2019
16*2019
Arbitrage or narrow bracketing? On using money to measure intertemporal preferences
J Andreoni, C Gravert, MA Kuhn, S Saccardo, Y Yang
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
132018
To settle or not to settle: a review of the literature on arbitration in the laboratory
MA Kuhn
Manuscript, University of California, San Diego, 2009
82009
Behavioral Food Subsidies
A Brownback, A Imas, M Kuhn
Available at SSRN 3422272, 2020
7*2020
Is it safe to measure risk preferences? Assessing the completeness, predictive validity, and measurement error of various techniques
J Andreoni, MA Kuhn
Working Paper, 2019
32019
Exposure to Violence Predicts Impulsivity in Time Preference: Evidence from The Democratic Republic of Congo
A Imas, MA Kuhn, V Mironova
32018
Too Fast, Too Furious? Digital Credit Delivery Speed and Repayment Rates
A Burlando, MA Kuhn, S Prina
2*2021
Confidence and Contrition: Is Cheating Internalized in Performance Assessments?
NR Adams, MA Kuhn, GR Waddell
Working Paper, 2019
22019
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