Hebrew University of Jerusalem - School of Education
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Decision Making, Uncertainty, Choice Behavior, Sport Psychology, Behavioral Economics
contingent fees, loss aversion, prospect theory, framing, fairness, litigation, behavioral law and economics, assortative matching, focal points, status quo bias, risk, decision making
loss aversion, omission bias, behavioral law and economics, prospect theory, evidence law, burden of proof, standard of proof, civil litigation
experimental legal studies, evidence law, circumstantial evidence, simulation heuristic, Wells effect
contingent fees, input fairness, output fairness, division fairness, fairness of exchange, fairness constraint, pricing, lawyer's ethics
Deadline Effect, Libertarian Paternalism, Nudge, Behavioral Economics, Procrastination
duty, parochialism, nationalism, biases, utilitarianism
probability, detection, judgments, punishment, isolation, Baron, Ritov
Mandatory Regulation, Employment Law, Law Enforcement, Endowment Effect, Experimental Law and Economics, Economic Analysis, Working Hours Restrictions.
affirmative action, identifiability, experimental legal studies, behavioral law and economics
anti-inference bias, evidence law, circumstantial evidence, debiasing, loss aversion, judicial decision-making, experimental legal studies
lawmaking, identifiability effect, experimental legal studies, behavioral law and economics, rules and standards, remedies, fines, redistribution
contingent fees, loss aversion, prospect theory, litigation, behavioral law and economics, experimental law and economicsted
loss aversion, negotiation, decision-making, cognitive bias, anchoring, creative thinking
negotiations, experience, learning , perspective taking, information
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