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Alex Rees-Jones
Alex Rees-Jones
University of Pennsylvania, Wharton, Dept. of Business Economics and Public Policy
Verified email at wharton.upenn.edu - Homepage
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What do you think would make you happier? What do you think you would choose?
DJ Benjamin, O Heffetz, MS Kimball, A Rees-Jones
American Economic Review 102 (5), 2083 - 2110, 2012
4102012
Attention Variation and Welfare: Theory and Evidence from a Tax Salience Experiment
D Taubinsky, A Rees-Jones
The Review of Economic Studies 85 (4), 2462-2496, 2018
2222018
Can marginal rates of substitution be inferred from happiness data? evidence from residency choices
DJ Benjamin, O Heffetz, MS Kimball, A Rees-Jones
American Economic Review 104 (11), 3498-3528, 2014
1532014
Suboptimal behavior in strategy-proof mechanisms: Evidence from the residency match
A Rees-Jones
Games and Economic Behavior 108, 317-330, 2018
1142018
Quantifying loss-averse tax manipulation
A Rees-Jones
The Review of Economic Studies 85 (2), 1251-1278, 2018
972018
Measuring “schmeduling”
A Rees-Jones, D Taubinsky
The Review of Economic Studies 87 (5), 2399-2438, 2020
93*2020
Learning during the COVID-19 pandemic: It is not who you teach, but how you teach
G Orlov, D McKee, J Berry, A Boyle, T DiCiccio, T Ransom, A Rees-Jones, ...
Economics Letters 202, 109812, 2021
822021
An experimental investigation of preference misrepresentation in the residency match
A Rees-Jones, S Skowronek
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (45), 11471-11476, 2018
582018
Loss aversion motivates tax sheltering: Evidence from US tax returns
A Rees-Jones
Available at SSRN 2330980, 2014
462014
Do people seek to maximize happiness? Evidence from new surveys
DJ Benjamin, O Heffetz, MS Kimball, A Rees-Jones
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2010
332010
Immigration lottery design: engineered and coincidental consequences of H-1B reforms
PA Pathak, A Rees-Jones, T Sönmez
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
312020
Price isn’t everything: Behavioral response around changes in sin taxes
A Rees-Jones, KT Rozema
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
302019
Covid-19 changed tastes for safety-net programs
A Rees-Jones, J D'Attoma, A Piolatto, L Salvadori
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
162020
Correlation neglect in student-to-school matching
A Rees-Jones, R Shorrer, CJ Tergiman
Proceedings of the 21st ACM Conference on Economics and Computation, 467-468, 2020
152020
Reversing reserves
PA Pathak, A Rees-Jones, T Sönmez
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
152020
Taxing Humans: Pitfalls of the Mechanism Design Approach and Potential Resolutions
A Rees-Jones, D Taubinsky
Tax Policy and the Economy 31, 107-133, 2018
152018
Mistaken play in the deferred acceptance algorithm: Implications for positive assortative matching
A Rees-Jones
American Economic Review 107 (5), 225-29, 2017
152017
The negative consequences of loss-framed performance incentives
L Pierce, A Rees-Jones, C Blank
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
132020
Tax Psychology and the Timing of Charitable-Giving Deadlines
A Rees-Jones, D Taubinsky
The Urban Institute, 2016
42016
Addressing Personal-Income-Tax Manipulation with Tools from Psychology
A Rees-Jones
Penn Wharton Public Policy Initiative 5 (09), 2017
12017
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