William D. Schulze

Cornell University - Department of Economics

414 Uris Hall

Ithaca, NY 14853-7601

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (8)

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Toxics, Toyotas, and Terrorism: The Behavioral Economics, of Fear and Stigma

Schulze, William D. and Brian Wansink (2012), “Toxics, Toyotas, and Terrorism: The Behavioral Economics of Fear and Stigma,” Risk Analysis, 32:4 (April), 678-694.,
Number of pages: 45 Posted: 06 Mar 2012 Last Revised: 30 Apr 2017
William D. Schulze and Brian Wansink
Cornell University - Department of Economics and Cornell University
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Behavioral economics, dual process, fear, stigma

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Payoff Dominance vs. Cognitive Transparency in Decision Making

Economic Inquiry, Vol. 36, pp. 272-285, 1998
Number of pages: 14 Posted: 11 Feb 2009
Julie R. Irwin, Gary McClelland, Michael McKee and William D. Schulze
University of Texas - McCombs School of Business, University of Colorado at Boulder - Department of Psychology, Appalachian State University - Department of Economics and Cornell University - Department of Economics
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Citation 6

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behavioral economics, experimental economics, becker-degroot-marshak, auctions, incentive compatibility

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Hypothetical and Real Consequences in Experimental Auctions for Insurance against Low Probability Risks

Behavioral Decision Making, Vol. 5, 107-116, 1992
Number of pages: 11 Posted: 13 May 2009
Gary McClelland, William D. Schulze and Julie R. Irwin
University of Colorado at Boulder - Department of Psychology, Cornell University - Department of Economics and University of Texas - McCombs School of Business
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Free-Riding and the Provision of Public Goods in the Family: A Laboratory Experiment

International Economic Review, Vol. 45, pp. 283-299, February 2004
Number of pages: 17 Posted: 28 Mar 2004
Liz Peters, Ali Sinan Unur, Jeremy E. Clark and William D. Schulze
The Urban Institute - Center on Labor, Human Services and Population, affiliation not provided to SSRN, University of Canterbury, New Zealand - Department of Economics and Cornell University - Department of Economics
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Testing Social Preferences for an Economic 'Bad': An Artefactual Field Experiment

The Scandinavian Journal of Economics, Vol. 115, Issue 1, pp. 27-61, 2013
Number of pages: 35 Posted: 19 Jan 2013
affiliation not provided to SSRN, University of Delaware - Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, Cornell University - Department of Economics and Columbia University - Barnard College
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Artefactual field experiment, economic bad, majority‐rules voting, social preferences

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Stigma: Experiments Examining the Relative Roles of Reason and Emotion in Economic Decision

Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 92 (August 2013), 202-213
Number of pages: 25 Posted: 10 Jan 2016
William D. Schulze, Annemie Maertens and Brian Wansink
Cornell University - Department of Economics, University of Sussex and Cornell University
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Stigma, cognitive load, dogfood, decision making process, spoiled identity, dual process model, consumer behavior

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The Problem of Free Riding in Voluntary Generic Advertising: Parallelism and Possible Solutions from the Lab

American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 90, No. 2, pp. 540-552, May 2008
Posted: 11 Apr 2008
Kent D. Messer, Harry M. Kaiser and William D. Schulze
University of Delaware - Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, Cornell University - School of Applied Economics and Management and Cornell University - Department of Economics

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Communication and Incentive Mechanisms Based on Group Performance: An Experimental Study of Nonpoint Pollution Control

Economic Inquiry, Vol. 44, Issue 4, pp. 599-613, 2006
Posted: 29 Feb 2008
University of Tennessee, Knoxville - College of Business Administration - Department of Economics, Cornell University - School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University - Department of Economics and University of Connecticut - Department of Economics

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