Bureau of Economics
Federal Trade Commission*
pmcalvanah "at" ftc.gov
"Pay Every Subject or Pay Only Some?" with Lisa R. Anderson and Beth A. Freeborn
Bradford, David, Charles Courtemanche, Garth Heutel, Patrick Mcalvanah, and Christopher Ruhm. (2017). "Time Preferences and Consumer Behavior," Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 2017, 55: 119. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11166-018-9272-8
Clanton, Jesse, Aimee Gardner, Michael Subichin, Patrick McAlvanah, William Hardy, Amar Shah, and Joel Porter. (2017). “Patient Hand-Off and Evaluation (PHONE) Study: A Randomized Trial of Patient Handoff Methods,” American Journal of Surgery, Volume 213, Issue 2, February 2017, 299-306.
Courtemanche, Charles, Garth Heutel, and Patrick McAlvanah. (2015). "Impatience, Incentives, and Obesity," Economic Journal, Volume 125, Issue 582, pages 1-31, February 2015.
McAlvanah, Patrick and Charles C. Moul. (2013). "The House Doesn't Always Win: Evidence of Anchoring Among Australian Bookies," Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 90, 2013, 87-99.
McAlvanah, Patrick. (2010). "Subadditivity, Patience, and Utility: The Effects of Dividing Time Intervals," Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 76, 2010, 325-337.
McAlvanah, Patrick. (2009). "Are People More Risk-Taking in the Presence of the Opposite Sex?" Journal of Economic Psychology, Volume 30, Issue 2, April 2009, 136-146.
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