Bibliographic Details

The Cambridge handbook of psychology and economic behaviour / edited by Alan Lewis, University of Bath.

Edition Second edition.
Imprint Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2018.
Description xxiii, 774 pages ; 26 cm
Language English
Subject Economics -- Psychological aspects.
Consumer behavior.
Consumer behavior.
Economics -- Psychological aspects.
Verbraucherverhalten
Wirtschaftliches Verhalten
Wirtschaftspsychologie
Format Print, Book
URL for this record http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11458449
Other authors / contributors Lewis, Alan, 1952- editor.
ISBN 9781107161399
1107161398
9781316613900
1316613909
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents:
  • Part I. Theory and Method
  • 1. Theory and method in economics and psychology : levels and depth of explanation / Denis Hilton
  • 2. What lessons does the 'replication crisis' in psychology hold for experimental economics? / Nick Bardsley
  • Part II. Finance
  • 3. Looking into the future : how investors forecast the stock market / J. Michael Collins, Werner De Bondt and Karl-Erik Wärneryd
  • 4. Speculative bubbles : insights from behavioral finance / Werner De Bondt
  • 5. Intertemporal choice : choosing for the future / Daniel Read, Rebecca McDonald and Lisheng He
  • 6. Debt : beyond Homo Economicus / Matthew Sparkes, Julia Gumy and Brendan Burchell
  • 7. Unemployment and well-being / Alex J. Wood and Brendan Burchell
  • 8. Money management in households / Bernadette Kamleitner, Eva Marckhgott and Erich Kirchler
  • 9. Socially responsible investing / Christopher J. Cowton
  • Part III. Private Sector Consumer Behaviour and the Firm
  • 10. Consumption, income and happiness / Aaron Ahuvia
  • 11. Consumers and households : materialism, nonmaterialism, and subjective well-being / Gerrit Antonides and Chris van Klaveren
  • 12. An economic psychology of the marketing firm / Gordon R. Foxall
  • Part IV. Public Sector Consumer Behaviour
  • 13. Tax psychology / Jerome Olsen, Minjo Kang and Erich Kirchler
  • 14. New ways of understanding tax compliance : from the laboratory to the real world / Michael Hallsworth
  • 15. 'Individual failure' and a behavioural public sector economics / Lory Barile, John Cullis and Philip Jones
  • Part V. Environment
  • 16. Towards sustainable lifestyles : understanding the policy challenge / Tim Jackson and Carmen Smith
  • 17. Understanding residential sustainable energy and policy preferences / Goda Perlaviciute, Linda Steg and Ellen van der Werff
  • 18. Household production of photovoltaic energy : issues in economic behavior / Paul C. Stern, Inga Wittenberg, Kimberly S. Wolske and Ingo Kastner
  • 19. Economic and psychological determinants of ownership, use and changes in use of private cars / Tommy Gärling and Margareta Friman
  • 20. Voluntary individual carbon trading : friend or foe? Clive L. Spash and Hendrik Theine
  • Part VI. Biological Perspectives
  • 21. Neuroeconomics / Ifat Levy and Daniel Ehrlich
  • 22. The importance of evolutionary psychology for the understanding of economic behavior / Detlef Fechtenhauer and Anne-Sophie Lang
  • 23. Evolutionary economics and psychology / Ulrich Wilt
  • Part VII. New Horizons
  • 24. Motivation and awards / Bruno S. Frey and Jana Gallus
  • 25. Fuzzy-trace theory : judgments, decisions and neuroeconomics / David Garavito, Rebecca Weldon and Valerie Reyna
  • 26. Robots, cyborgs and consumption / Russell Belk
  • 27. End piece : behavioural change and 'nudge' / Alan Lewis.