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Mar 12

Jason Somerville, PhD, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

This event is part of the Economics Seminar Series series.

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Jason Somerville’s research interests include behavioral economics, experimental economics and public economics.

Ricardo Serrano-Padial, PhD, will send out a Zoom link during the week leading up to the seminar.

Publications:

Modeling Risk Aversion in Economic O’Donoghue, E. & Somerville, J. (2018). s. Journal of Economic Perspectives. 32(2): 1–25.

Can Chocolate Cure Blindness? Investigating the Effect of Preference Strength and Incentives on the Incidence of Choice Blindness. Somerville, J. & McGowan, F. (2016). Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics. 61(4): 1–11.

Choice Blindness in Financial Decision Making. McLaughlin, O. & Somerville, J. (2013). Judgement and Decision Making. 8(5): 561-572.

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Ricardo Serrano-Padial, PhD

(215) 895-6973

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