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PART I PSYCHOLOGY, ECONOMICS, AND ECONOMETRICS 1 Chapter 1 Toward an Agenda for Behavioral Public Finance 3 Edward J. McCaffery and Joel Slemrod Chapter 2 Statistical, Identifiable, and Iconic Victims 32 George Loewenstein, Deborah A. Small, and Jeff Strnad Chapter 3 Distinguishing Between Cognitive Biases 47 Hanming Fang and Dan Silverman PART II BEHAVIOR AND POLICY 83 Chapter 4 Masking Redistribution (or Its Absence) 85 Jonathan Baron and Edward J. McCaffery Chapter 5 Mispredicting Utility and the Political Process 113 Bruno S. Frey and Alois Stutzer Chapter 6 Hyperopia in Public Finance 141 Lee Anne Fennell PART III TAX COMPLIANCE 173 Chapter 7 Value Added Tax Compliance 175 Paul Webley, Caroline Adams, and Henk Elffers Chapter 8 Trust and Taxation 206 Terrence Chorvat Chapter 9 Tax Evasion: Artful or Artless Dodging? 233 John Cullis, Philip Jones, and Alan Lewis PART IV RETIREMENT BEHAVIOR 259 Chapter 10 Accounting for Social Security Benefits 261 Howell E. Jackson Chapter 11 Saving for Retirement on the Path of Least Resistance 304 James J. Choi, David Laibson, Brigitte C. Madrian, and Andrew Metrick PART V RESERVATIONS 353 Chapter 12 Second-Order Rationality 355 Richard A. Epstein