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Unformatted text preview: " (with Georg Weizsacker), American Economic Review, forthcoming, September 2009. Present Biased Preferences and Time Inconsistency: Any of the starred (*) papers on the syllabus Note: any of the papers presented in seminars this week (by Charlie Sprenger , including his other work with Jim Andreoni or Jawwad Noor) would be good subjects for referee reports Social Preferences (Distributional): any of the starred (*) papers on the syllabus Social Preferences (Reciprocity): any of the starred (*) papers on the syllabus Beliefs Bases Preferences: Koszegi, Utility From Anticipation and Personal Equilibrium, JEEA Koszegi, Emotional Agency, QJE, 2006 Any of the starred (*) papers in the Beliefs Based Preferences section on the syllabus Charness and Dufwenberg, 2006, Promises and Partnerships, ECTA. Nonstandard Beliefs: Any of the papers on the syllabus (not just starred)....
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This note was uploaded on 12/26/2011 for the course ECON 227A taught by Professor Grossman during the Fall '09 term at UCSB.
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