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B. Douglas Bernheim
B. Douglas Bernheim
Professor of Economics, Stanford University
Verified email at stanford.edu
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A theory of conformity
BD Bernheim
Journal of political Economy 102 (5), 841-877, 1994
24191994
The strategic bequest motive
BD Bernheim, A Shleifer, LH Summers
Journal of Political economy 93 (6), 1045-1076, 1985
21131985
Rationalizable strategic behavior
BD Bernheim
Econometrica: Journal of the Econometric Society, 1007-1028, 1984
19801984
Rationalizable strategic behavior
BD Bernheim
Econometrica: Journal of the Econometric Society, 1007-1028, 1984
19791984
Rationalizable strategic behavior
BD Bernheim
Econometrica: Journal of the Econometric Society, 1007-1028, 1984
19771984
Multimarket contact and collusive behavior
BD Bernheim, MD Whinston
The RAND Journal of Economics, 1-26, 1990
18521990
Menu auctions, resource allocation, and economic influence
BD Bernheim, MD Whinston
The quarterly journal of economics 101 (1), 1-31, 1986
18491986
Veblen effects in a theory of conspicuous consumption
LS Bagwell, BD Bernheim
The American economic review, 349-373, 1996
17221996
Coalition-proof nash equilibria i. concepts
BD Bernheim, B Peleg, MD Whinston
Journal of economic theory 42 (1), 1-12, 1987
15561987
Education and saving:: The long-term effects of high school financial curriculum mandates
BD Bernheim, DM Garrett, DM Maki
Journal of public Economics 80 (3), 435-465, 2001
14602001
The effects of financial education in the workplace: Evidence from a survey of households
BD Bernheim, DM Garrett
Journal of public Economics 87 (7-8), 1487-1519, 2003
1316*2003
Social image and the 50–50 norm: A theoretical and experimental analysis of audience effects
J Andreoni, BD Bernheim
Econometrica 77 (5), 1607-1636, 2009
12702009
Common agency
BD Bernheim, MD Whinston
Econometrica: Journal of the Econometric Society, 923-942, 1986
11901986
What accounts for the variation in retirement wealth among US households?
BD Bernheim, J Skinner, S Weinberg
American Economic Review 91 (4), 832-857, 2001
1093*2001
Addiction and cue-triggered decision processes
BD Bernheim, A Rangel
American economic review 94 (5), 1558-1590, 2004
10072004
Beyond revealed preference: choice-theoretic foundations for behavioral welfare economics
BD Bernheim, A Rangel
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 124 (1), 51-104, 2009
8432009
Incomplete contracts and strategic ambiguity
BD Bernheim, MD Whinston
American Economic Review, 902-932, 1998
8371998
Beyond revealed preference: choice-theoretic foundations for behavioral welfare economics
BD Bernheim, A Rangel
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 124 (1), 51-104, 2009
8352009
Ricardian equivalence: An evaluation of theory and evidence
BD Bernheim
NBER macroeconomics annual 2, 263-304, 1987
8101987
How strong are bequest motives? Evidence based on estimates of the demand for life insurance and annuities
BD Bernheim
Journal of political Economy 99 (5), 899-927, 1991
7311991
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