Nina Weber

King's College London

Strand

London, England WC2R 2LS

United Kingdom

http://www.ninasophieweber.com/

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

5

DOWNLOADS

398

SSRN CITATIONS

3

CROSSREF CITATIONS

1

Scholarly Papers (5)

1.

COVID-19 and People's Health-Wealth Preferences: Information Effects and Policy Implications

Number of pages: 58 Posted: 20 May 2020
University of East Anglia (UEA) - School of Economic and Social Studies, King's College London, King's College London, Dept. of Political Economy, King's College London and King's College London
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COVID-19, health-wealth trade-off, information, value of life, lockdown, policy compliance

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Experience and Perception of Social Mobility – A Cross-Country Test of the Self-Serving Bias

Number of pages: 37 Posted: 08 Mar 2020
Nina Weber
King's College London
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social mobility, perceptions, self-serving bias, procedural fairness, political orientation

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Good News for Whom? The Pfizer/BioNTech Vaccine Announcement Reduced Political Trust

Number of pages: 61 Posted: 20 Jan 2021 Last Revised: 21 Jan 2021
University of East Anglia (UEA) - School of Economic and Social Studies, King's College London, King's College London, Dept. of Political Economy, King's College London and King's College London
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trust in government, locus of control, anxiety, COVID-19 vaccine, good news, compliance

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Non-Selfish Behavior: Are Social Preferences or Social Norms Revealed in Distribution Decisions?

Number of pages: 78 Posted: 28 Aug 2020 Last Revised: 03 Mar 2021
University of East Anglia (UEA) - School of Economic and Social Studies, King's College London, Dept. of Political Economy and King's College London
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Social Preferences, Norms, Distribution Decisions, Inequality, Unselfishness, Social Identity, Ambiguity, Principles of Justice, Pareto Criterion, Maximin

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We Cannot Disagree Forever! Reality Polarization and Citizens’ Post-Pandemic Fiscal Adjustment Preferences

Number of pages: 96 Posted: 11 Jan 2021
University of East Anglia (UEA) - School of Economic and Social Studies, King's College London, King's College London, Dept. of Political Economy, King's College London and King's College London
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COVID-19, fiscal adjustment, conjoint experiment, polarization, policy preferences, partisanship