Ned Augenblick
Assistant Professor
Haas School of Business
University of California, Berkeley

Mailing Address: 545 Student Services Building, 1900
Berkeley, CA 94720-1900
Office: F682

Curriculum Vitae

[Publications / Forthcoming]

The Economics of Faith: Using an Apocalyptic Prophecy to Elicit Religious Beliefs in the Field
(with Jesse Cunha, Ernesto Dal Bo and Justin Rao)
Journal of Public Economics, September 2016
   Online Appendix

Ballot Position, Choice Fatigue, and Voter Behavior
(with Scott Nicholson)
Review of Economic Studies, April 2016
   Press: The Atlantic

The Sunk-Cost Fallacy in Penny Auctions
Review of Economic Studies, January 2016
   Online Appendix
   Older Version (under title: Consumer and Producer Behavior in the Market for Penny Auctions: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis)
   Press: Financial Times, NY Times

Working Over Time: Dynamic Inconsistency in Real Effort Tasks
(with Muriel Niederle and Charles Sprenger)
The Quarterly Journal of Economics, August 2015 [Editor's Choice]
   Online Appendix

Using Competition to Elicit Cooperation in a Political Public Goods Game: A Field Experiment
(with Jesse Cunha)
Economic Inquiry, January 2015

[Under Review]

An Experiment on Time Preference and Misprediction in Unpleasant Tasks
(with Matthew Rabin)
Revising for Review of Economic Studies

To Reveal or Not to Reveal: Privacy Preferences and Economic Frictions
(with Aaron Bodoh-Creed)
Revising for Games and Economic Behavior
   Older Version
(under title: Conversations About Type: Privacy, Grammars and Taboos)

[In Progress]

Testing for Excess Movement in Beliefs   
(with Matthew Rabin)

Short Term Discounting in Real Effort Tasks   

Excess Movement in Risk-Neutral Beliefs and Asset Prices   
(with Eben Lazarus)


Bad Associations: Protecting Trademarks from Dilution

Intelligent Biofeedback using an Immersive Competitive Environment
(with Daniel Bersak, Gary McDarby, Phil McDarby, Daragh McDonnell, Brian McDonald, and Rahul Karkun)

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