Table of contents for Judgments, decisions, and public policy / edited by Rajeev Gowda, Jeffrey C. Fox.


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Part I. The Fundamentals of Behavioral Decision Theory: 1. Judgment and decision making: extrapolations and applications Chris Swoyer
2. Some morals of a theory of non-rational choice Douglas MacLean
3. Cognition, intuition, and policy guidelines Eldar Shafir
Part II. Economic Applications and Contrasts: 4. Policy analysis and design with losses valued more than gains, and varying rates of time preference Jack L. Knetsch
5. Comparing micro and macro rationality Robert J. MacCoun
6. Bounded rationality versus standard utility-maximization: a test of energy 'price' responsiveness Lee S. Friedman
Part III. Applications to Political and Legal Processes and Institutions: 7. Judgmental heuristics and news reporting Sharon Dunwoody and Robert J. Griffin
8. A behavioral approach to political advertising research Jeffrey C. Fox and Rick Farmer
9. Toward behavioral law and economics Cass R. Sunstein
Part IV. Other Policy Applications: 10. Enhancing the effectiveness of innovative policy instruments: the implications of behavioral decision theory for right-to-know policies Rajeev Gowda
11. Behavioral perceptions and policies toward the environment Anthony Patt and Richard J. Zeckhauser
12. The affect heuristic: implications for understanding and managing risk-induced stigma Howard Kunreuther and Paul Slovic
13. Enlarging the pie by accepting small losses for large gains Jonathan Baron and Max H. Bazerman
Part V. Commentary and Cautionary Note: 14. The virtues of cognitive humility: for us as well as them Philip E. Tetlock.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Policy sciences, Decision making