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Johannes Jaspersen
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Hypothetical surveys and experimental studies of insurance demand: A review
JG Jaspersen
Journal of Risk and Insurance 83 (1), 217-255, 2016
782016
The influence of affect on heuristic thinking in insurance demand
JG Jaspersen, V Aseervatham
Journal of Risk and Insurance 84 (1), 239-266, 2017
462017
When risk perception gets in the way: Probability weighting and underprevention
A Baillon, H Bleichrodt, A Emirmahmutoglu, J Jaspersen, R Peter
Operations Research 70 (3), 1371-1392, 2022
392022
Probability elicitation under severe time pressure: A rank‐based method
JG Jaspersen, G Montibeller
Risk Analysis 35 (7), 1317-1335, 2015
272015
The wealth effects of premium subsidies on moral hazard in insurance markets
JG Jaspersen, A Richter
European Economic Review 77, 139-153, 2015
252015
Predicting insurance demand from risk attitudes
JG Jaspersen, MA Ragin, JR Sydnor
Journal of Risk and Insurance 89 (1), 63-96, 2022
222022
On the learning patterns and adaptive behavior of terrorist organizations
JG Jaspersen, G Montibeller
European Journal of Operational Research 282 (1), 221-234, 2020
222020
Probability weighting and insurance demand in a unified framework
JG Jaspersen, R Peter, MA Ragin
The Geneva risk and insurance review 48 (1), 63-109, 2023
13*2023
Estimating extreme cancellation rates in life insurance
F Biagini, T Huber, JG Jaspersen, A Mazzon
Journal of Risk and Insurance 88 (4), 971-1000, 2021
122021
Experiential learning, competitive selection, and downside risk: A new perspective on managerial risk taking
JG Jaspersen, R Peter
Organization Science 28 (5), 915-930, 2017
122017
Linking subjective and incentivized risk attitudes: The importance of losses
JG Jaspersen, MA Ragin, JR Sydnor
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 60 (2), 187-206, 2020
112020
The affection effect in an incentive compatible insurance demand experiment
V Aseervatham, JG Jaspersen, A Richter
Economics Letters 131, 34-37, 2015
112015
On the change of risk aversion in wealth: a field experiment in a closed economic system
T Huber, JG Jaspersen, A Richter, D Strümpel
Experimental Economics 26 (1), 1-26, 2023
82023
The effect of information disclosure on demand for high‐load insurance
MA Ragin, BL Collier, JG Jaspersen
Journal of Risk and Insurance 88 (1), 161-193, 2021
82021
When full insurance may not be optimal: The case of restricted substitution
JG Jaspersen
Health Economics 31 (6), 1249-1257, 2022
32022
Convex combinations in judgment aggregation
JG Jaspersen
European Journal of Operational Research 299 (2), 780-794, 2022
32022
A Model of Anchoring and Adjustment for Decision-Making under Risk
JG Jaspersen, MA Ragin
Available at SSRN 3845633, 2021
22021
Household Take-up of Subsidized Insurance
BL Collier, T Huber, JG Jaspersen, A Richter
Mimeo, 2021
22021
Predicting Earnings Management from Qualitative Disclosures
JG Jaspersen, A Richter, S Zoller
Munich Risk and Insurance Center Working Paper 40, 2021
22021
The Effects of Terrorism Risk on Household Savings
SM Roth, A Hofmann, JG Jaspersen
MRIC Working Papers, 2020
12020
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