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池田新介(他)編/選好、選択と幸福の行動経済学

Behavioral Economics of Preferences, Choices, and Happiness

Ikeda, Shinsuke (EDT)   Kato, Hideaki Kiyoshi (EDT)   Ohtake, Fumio (EDT)

Springer 2016/01
713 p.   
出版国: DE
ISBN: 9784431554011
KCN: 1022491083
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This book is a collection of important contributions by Japanese researchers and their coauthors to present current advances in behavioral economics and finance, particularly in relation to decision making and human well-being.

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This book is a collection of important contributions by Japanese researchers and their coauthors to present current advances in behavioral economics and finance, particularly in relation to decision making and human well-being.
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Table of Contents

Part I Attitude toward Risk and Time.- 1 Risk and Time Preferences: Linking Experimental and Household Survey Data from Vietnam (Tanaka, Camerer, Nguyen).- 2 Simultaneous Measurement of Time and Risk Preferences: Stated Preference Discrete Choice Modeling Analysis Depending on Smoking Behavior (Ida, Goto).- 3 Time discounting: Declining impatience and interval effect (Kinari, Ohtake, Tsutsui).- 4 Non-parametric Test of Time Consistency: Present Bias and Future Bias (Takeuchi, Kan).- 5 Loss of self-control in intertemporal choice may be attributable to logarithmic time-perception (Takahashi).- 6 Experiments on Risk Attitude : the Case of Chinese Students (Sasaki, Xie, Ohtake, Qin, Tsutsui).-Part II Addiction.- 7 Interdependency among Addictive Behaviors and Time/Risk Preferences: Discrete Choice Model Analysis of Smoking, Drinking, and Gambling (Ida, Goto).- 8 Discounting delayed and probabilistic monetary gains and losses by smokers of cigarettes (Ohmura, Takahashi, Kitamura).- 9 Time discounting and smoking behavior: Evidence from a panel survey (Kang, Ikeda).- 10 Smokers, smoking deprivation, and time discounting (Yamane, Yoneda, Takahashi, Kamijo, Komori, Hiruma, Tsutsui).- 11 The effects of the social norm on cigarette consumption: Evidence from Japan using panel data (Yamamura).-Part III Health.- 12 Hyperbolic discounting, the sign effect, and the body mass index (Ikeda, Kang, Ohtake).- 13 Economic and Behavioral Factors in an Individual's Decision to Take the Influenza Vaccination in Japan (Tsutsui, Benzion, Shahrabani).- Part IV Social Preferences.- 14 Another Avenue for Anatomy of Income Comparisons: Evidence from Hypothetical Choice Experiments (Yamada, Sato).- 15 Social capital, household income, and preferences for income redistribution (Yamamura).- Part V Happiness and Well-being.- 16 Koizumi Carried the Day: Did the Japanese Election Results Make People Happy and Unhappy? (Tsutsui, Kimball, Ohtake).- 17 Asking about changes in happiness in a daily web survey and its implication for the Easterlin paradox (Tsutsui, Ohtake).- 18 Welfare States and the Redistribution of Happiness (Ono, Lee).-Part VI Decisions.- 19 Revealed Attention (Yusufcan, Nakajima, Ozbay).- 20 Subjective random discounting and intertemporal choice (Higashi, Hyogo, Takeoka).- 21 A geometric approach to temptation (Abe).- Part VII Biological Foundation.- 22 Prediction of immediate and future rewards differently recruits cortico-basal ganglia loops (Tanaka, Doya, Okada, Ueda, Okamoto, Yamawaki).- 23 Second to fourth digit ratio and the sporting success of sumo wrestlers (Tamiya, Lee, Ohtake).-Part IIX Investor Behavior.- 24 Investors' Herding on the Tokyo Stock Exchange (Iihara, Kato, Tokunaga).- 25 The characteristics of online investors (Uchida).-26 Can margin traders predict future stock returns in Japan? (Hirose, Kato, Bremer).