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Sep 18 2021 Axel Freudenberger and Yoav Wachsman
  Framing and Loss Aversion Tested in the Context of an Academic Examination
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Sep 17 2021 Kimberly S. Krieg and Sarah C. Lyon
  Gender differences in preferences for income tax refunds
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Jul 18 2021 Luc Meunier and Sima Ohadi
  The Impact of the COVID-19 Crisis on Individuals' Risk and Time Preferences
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Nov 14 2020 Jean-Francois Gajewski and Luc Meunier
  Risk preferences: are students a reasonable sample to make inferences about the decision-making of finance professionals?
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Aug 08 2020 Wen hsiang Chiu , Shih-wei Hung and Chiung-ju Liang
  The Mediation effect for Bitcoin, Evidence from China Market on the Period of Covid-19 Outbreaking
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Feb 22 2017 David Alan Peel and David Law
  LOSS AVERSION AND RUINOUS OPTIMAL WAGERS IN CUMULATIVE PROSPECT THEORY
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Apr 22 2015 Guilhem Lecouteux and Léonard Moulin
  To gain or not to lose? Tuition fees for loss averse students
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Nov 18 2011 Serge Blondel and Louis Lévy-garboua
  Can non-expected utility theories explain the paradox of not voting?
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Jul 24 2007 David Peel and David Law
  Betting on odds on Favorites as an Optimal Choice in Cumulative Prospect Theory
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Feb 28 2004 Albert Burgos
  Guessing and gambling
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