Andrew Joung

Research Assistant & Aspiring Economist joungandrew at gmail dot com

Authored Papers:

Bachireddy, Chethan, Andrew Joung, Leslie K. John, Francesca Gino, Bradford Tuckfield, and Katherine Milkman. (2019) “Comparing Financial Incentive Structures for Promoting Physical Activity: A Randomized Controlled Trial.” JAMA Network Open

Acknowledgements:

Allcott, Hunt Benjamin B. Lockwood, and Dmitry Taubinsky (2018), “Should We Tax Soda? An Overview of Theory and Evidence.” (under review)

Beshears, John, et al. (2017), "Creating Exercise Habits Using Incentives: The Tradeoff between Flexibility and Routinization." Working Paper.

Beshears, John, et al. (2017), “How Do Consumers Respond When Default Options Push the Envelope?” Working Paper.

Benartzi, Shlomo, et al. (2017), “Should governments invest more in nudging?." Psychological science 28.8. 1041-1055.

John, Leslie, et al. (2016), “The Ineffectiveness of Inconspicuous Incentives: A Field Experiment on Inattention.” Working Paper.

Ho, Benjamin, and Peng Liu (2015), "Herd Journalism: Investment in Novelty and Popularity in Markets for News." Information Economics and Policy 31, 33-46.

Rees-Jones, Alex and Kyle Rozema (2019), “Price Isn’t Everything: Behavioral Response around Changes in Sin Taxes.” NBER Working Paper.

Rees-Jones, Alex and Dmitry Taubinsky (2019), "Measuring 'Schmeduling'." The Review of Economic Studies.