London WC2A 2AE
London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE) - Department of Economics
exponential-growth bias, dynamic inconsistency, personal finance, overconsumption, lifecycle consumption, overconfidence
Dynamic discrete choice; identification; time preferences; quasi-hyperbolic discounting
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dynamic discrete choice, identification, quasi-hyperbolic discounting, Time preferences
identification, dynamic discrete-continuous choice, discount factor, consumption- savings-retirement
exponential-growth bias, overconfidence, financial literacy, overestimation, overprecision
household finance, retirement savings, exponential-growth bias, quasi-hyperbolic discounting, present bias, financial literacy, survey-based elicitations
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exponential-growth bias, compound interest, averaging effect, extrapolation effect
exponential-growth bias, dynamic inconsistency, overconsumption, consumption- savings, personal finance
present bias, exponential-growth bias, household finance, retirement saving decisions, choice architecture, defaults, financial literacy, procrastination
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