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

545 Student Services Building, 1900
Berkeley, CA 94720-1900
510-642-1435
ned@haas.berkeley.edu

Research      ||      Teaching      ||      Curriculum Vitae

Research


[Publications / Forthcoming]

Using Competition to Elicit Cooperation in a Political Public Goods Game: A Field Experiment
Economic Inquiry, 53: 574-588, January 2015
(with Jesse Cunha)

Working Over Time: Dynamic Inconsistency in Real Effort Tasks
The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 130 (3): 1067-1115, August 2015 [Editor's Choice]
(with Muriel Niederle and Charles Sprenger)
Online Appendix

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


[Under Review]

Ballot Position, Choice Fatigue, and Voter Behavior
[Conditionally Accepted: Review of Economic Studies]
(with Scott Nicholson)

An Experiment on Time Preference and Misprediction in Unpleasant Tasks
(with Matthew Rabin)

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

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


[In Progress]

Testing for Excess Movement in Beliefs   [Coming Soon]
(with Matthew Rabin)

Small child ("Everett")   [Expected March 2015 Arrived March 2015!]
(with Annika Todd)


[Older]

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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