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Anuj Shah
Anuj Shah
University of Chicago, Booth School of Business
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Some consequences of having too little
AK Shah, S Mullainathan, E Shafir
Science 338 (6107), 682-685, 2012
18322012
Heuristics made easy: an effort-reduction framework.
AK Shah, DM Oppenheimer
Psychological bulletin 134 (2), 207, 2008
14942008
Thinking, fast and slow? Some field experiments to reduce crime and dropout in Chicago
SB Heller, AK Shah, J Guryan, J Ludwig, S Mullainathan, HA Pollack
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 132 (1), 1-54, 2017
5302017
Scarcity frames value
AK Shah, E Shafir, S Mullainathan
Psychological Science 26 (4), 402-412, 2015
5062015
Making sense of recommendations
M Yeomans, A Shah, S Mullainathan, J Kleinberg
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 2019
3952019
The effects of scarcity on consumer decision journeys
R Hamilton, D Thompson, S Bone, LN Chaplin, V Griskevicius, ...
Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science 47 (3), 532-550, 2019
3212019
Easy does it: The role of fluency in cue weighting
AK Shah, DM Oppenheimer
2562007
Money in the Mental Lives of the Poor
AK Shah, J Zhao, S Mullainathan, E Shafir
Social Cognition 36 (1), 4-19, 2018
1862018
How Financial Constraints Influence Consumer Behavior: An Integrative Framework
RW Hamilton, C Mittal, A Shah, DV Thompson, V Griskevicius
Journal of Consumer Psychology 29 (2), 285-305, 2019
1762019
DO ADJUSTING‐AMOUNT AND ADJUSTING‐DELAY PROCEDURES PRODUCE EQUIVALENT ESTIMATES OF SUBJECTIVE VALUE IN PIGEONS?
L Green, J Myerson, AK Shah, SJ Estle, DD Holt
Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior 87 (3), 337-347, 2007
1062007
Behavioral nudges reduce failure to appear for court
A Fishbane, A Ouss, AK Shah
Science, 2020
962020
An exercise in self-replication: Replicating Shah, Mullainathan, and Shafir (2012)
AK Shah, S Mullainathan, E Shafir
Journal of Economic Psychology, 2018
632018
The path of least resistance using easy-to-access information
AK Shah, DM Oppenheimer
Current Directions in Psychological Science 18 (4), 232-236, 2009
552009
Deciding who gets what, fairly
F Shaddy, AK Shah
Journal of Consumer Research 45 (4), 833-848, 2018
482018
Cash-plus: Poverty impacts of alternative transfer-based approaches
R Sedlmayr, A Shah, M Sulaiman
Journal of Development Economics, 102418, 2020
462020
Consuming experiential categories
AK Shah, AL Alter
Journal of Consumer Research 41 (4), 965-977, 2014
332014
On the provenance of judgments of conditional probability
J Zhao, A Shah, D Osherson
Cognition 113 (1), 26-36, 2009
322009
Using behavioral science to improve criminal justice outcomes
B Cooke, BZ Diop, A Fishbane, J Hayes, A Ouss, A Shah
University of Chicago Crime Lab Report, 2018
282018
Grouping information for judgments.
AK Shah, DM Oppenheimer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 140 (1), 1, 2011
252011
Option Awareness: The Psychology of What We Consider
AK Shah, J Ludwig
American Economic Review 106 (5), 425-29, 2016
162016
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