Publications

2017
Vinh Nguyen, Anh Tran, and Richard Zeckhauser. 2017. “Stock Splits to Profit Insider Trading: Lessons from an Emerging Market.” Journal of International Money and Finance, 74, Pp. 69-87. Publisher's Version insider_trading_and_stock_splits.pdf
Richard Zeckhauser. 2017. “Thomas Crombie Schelling (1921-2016): A Pioneering Game Theorist Who Made the World a Safer Place.” Science, 355, 6327, Pp. 10. thomas_c_schelling.pdf
2016
Lisa A. Robinson, James K. Hammitt, and Richard J. Zeckhauser. 2016. “Attention to Distribution in U.S. Regulatory Analyses.” Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, 10, 2, Pp. 308-328. attention_to_distribution.pdf
Anna D. Sinaiko and Richard J. Zeckhauser. 2016. “Forced to Choose, Again: The Effects of Defaults on Individuals in Terminated Health Plans.” In Nudging Health: Health Law and Behavioral Economics, I. Glenn Cohen, Holly Fernandez Lynch, and Christopher T. Robertson (eds.), Pp. 326-338. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. forced_to_choose_again.pdf
Christopher N. Avery, Judith A. Chevalier, and Richard J. Zeckhauser. 2016. “The "CAPS" Prediction System and Stock Market Returns.” Review of Finance, 20, 4, Pp. 1363-1381. Publisher's Version
Hai Fang, Karen N.Eggleston, John A. Rizzo, Scott Rozelle, and Richard J. Zeckhauser. 2016. “The Returns to Education in China: Evidence from the 1986 Compulsory Education Law.” In Policy Challenges from Demographic Change in China and India, Karen Eggleston (ed.). Stanford University Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center series with Brookings Institution. returns_to_education_in_china.pdf
2015
Devjani Roy and Richard Zeckhauser. 2015. “Grappling with Ignorance: Frameworks from Decision Theory, Lessons from Literature.” Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis, 6, 1, Pp. 33-65. grappling_with_ignorance.pdf
W. Kip Viscusi and Richard J. Zeckhauser. 2015. “Regulating Ambiguous Risks: The Less than Rational Regulation of Pharmaceuticals.” Journal of Legal Studies, 44, 2, Pp. S387-S422. regulating_ambiguous_risks.pdf
W. Kip Viscusi and Richard J. Zeckhauser. 2015. “The Relative Weights of Direct and Indirect Experiences in the Formation of Environmental Risk Beliefs.” Risk Analysis, 35, 2, Pp. 318-331. environmental_risk_beliefs.pdf
Devjani Roy and Richard Zeckhauser. 2015. “The Anatomy of Ignorance: Diagnoses from Literature.” In Routledge International Handbook of Ignorance Studies, Matthias Gross and Linsey McGoey (eds.), Pp. 61-73. New York: Routledge. anatomy_of_ignorance.pdf
Mark C. Freeman, Ben Groom, and Richard J. Zeckhauser. 2015. “Better Predictions, Better Allocations: Scientific Advances and Adpatation to Climate Change.” Philosophical Transactions, Royal Society A, Pp. A373: 20150122. Publisher's Version
Mark C. Freeman, Gernot Wagner, and Richard J. Zeckhauser. 2015. “Climate Sensitivity Uncertainty: When Is Good News Bad?” Philosophical Transactions, Royal Society A, Pp. A373: 201550092. Publisher's Version
Richard J. Zeckhauser. 2015. “Mancur Olson and the Tragedy of the Unbalanced Commons.” Decisions, 24, Pp. 191-202. olson.pdf
Anna D. Sinaiko and Richard Zeckhauser. 2015. “Medicare Advantage: What Explains Its Robust Health?” American Journal of Managed Care, 21, 11, Pp. 804-806. medicare_advantage_robust_health.pdf
2014
Maciej H. Kotowski, David A. Weisbach, and Richard J. Zeckhauser. 2014. “Audits as Signals.” University of Chicago Law Review, 81, 1, Pp. 179-202. Publisher's Version audits_as_signals.pdf
Garth Heutel and Richard Zeckhauser. 2014. “The Investment Returns of Nonprofit Organizations: Part I, Tales from 990 Forms.” Nonprofit Management and Leadership, 25, 1, Pp. 41-57. investment_returns_nonprofit_part_1.pdf
Garth Heutel and Richard Zeckhauser. 2014. “The Investment Returns of Nonprofit Organizations: Part II, The Value of Focused Attention.” Nonprofit Management and Leadership, 25, 1, Pp. 59-75. investment_returns_nonprofit_part_2.pdf
Richard Zeckhauser. 2014. “New Frontiers Beyond Risk and Uncertainty: Ignorance, Group Decision, and Unanticipated Themes.” In Handbook of the Economics of Risk and Uncertainty, Mark Machina and W. Kip Viscusi (eds.), Pp. xvii-xxix. Elsevier, North Holland. beyond_risk_and_uncertainty.pdf
Jeffrey A. Friedman and Richard Zeckhauser. 2014. “Why Assessing Estimative Accuracy is Feasible and Desirable.” Intelligence and National Security, Pp. 1-23. Publisher's Version assessing_estimative_accuracy.pdf
Jeffrey A. Friedman and Richard Zeckhauser. 2014. “Handling and Mishandling Estimative Probability: Likelihood, Confidence, and the Search for Bin Laden.” Intelligence and National Security, Pp. 77-99. Publisher's Version estimative_probability.pdf

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