Jason Somerville, PhD, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Jason Somerville, PhD, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

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.

Who should attend?

Audience

  • Faculty

Disciplines

  • Economics

This event is part of the Economics Seminar Series series.