Behavioral Economics of Preferences,
Choices, and Happiness


   Springer Japan 2016
 Editors: S. Ikeda, H.K. Kato, F. Ohtake, Y. Tsutsui

   Hardcover  $179.00
   eBook       $139.00
   ISBN:978-4-431-55402-8 (eBook)


Part TAttitude Toward Risk and Time 

Risk and Time Preferences: Linking Experimental and Household Survey Data from Vietnam

T. Tanaka, Tomomi (et al.)
2 Simultaneous Measurement of Time and Risk Preferences: Stated Preference Discrete Choice Modeling Analysis Depending on Smoking Behavior T. Ida and R. Goto
3 Time Discounting: Declining Impatience and Interval Effect Y. Kinari, F. Ohtake and Y.Tsutsui
4 Non-parametric Test of Time Consistency: Present Bias and Future Bias K. Takeuchi
5 Loss of Self-Control in Intertemporal Choice May Be Attributable to Logarithmic Time-Perception Takahashi, Taiki
6 Experiments on Risk Attitude: The Case of Chinese Students S. Sasaki, S. Xie, F. Ohtake, J. Qin and Y. Tsutsui
Part UAddiction 
7 Interdependency Among Addictive Behaviours and Time/Risk Preferences: Discrete Choice Model Analysis of Smoking, Drinking, and Gambling T. Ida and R. Goto
8 Discounting Delayed and Probabilistic Monetary Gains and Losses by Smokers of Cigarettes Y. Ohmura, T. Takahashiand N. Kitamura
9 Time Discounting and Smoking Behavior: Evidence from a Panel Survey Kang, Myong-Il and S. Ikeda
10 Smokers, Smoking Deprivation, and Time Discounting Yamane, Shoko (et al.)
11 The Effects of the Social Norm on Cigarette Consumption: Evidence from Japan Using Panel Data Yamamura, Eiji
Part V Health
12 Hyperbolic Discounting, the Sign Effect, and the Body Mass Index S. Ikeda, M. Kang and F. Ohtake
13 Economic and Behavioral Factors in an Individual’s Decision to Take the Influenza Vaccination in Japan Y. Tsutsui, U. Benzion and S. Shahrabani
Part W Social Preferences 
14 Another Avenue for Anatomy of Income Comparisons: Evidence from Hypothetical Choice Experiments K. Yamada and M. Sato
15 Social Capital, Household Income, and Preferences for Income Redistribution Yamamura, Eiji
Part X Happiness and Well-Being 
16 Koizumi Carried the Day: Did the Japanese Election Results Make People Happy and Unhappy? Y. Tsutsui, M. Kimball and F. Ohtake
17 Asking About Changes in Happiness in a Daily Web Survey and Its Implication for the Easterlin Paradox Y. Tsutsui and F. Ohtake

Welfare States and the Redistribution of Happiness

H. Ono and K. S. Lee
Part Y Decisions 
19 Revealed Attention Masatlioglu, Yusufcan (et al.)
20 Subjective Random Discounting and Intertemporal Choice Y. Higashi,K. Hyogo and N. Takeoka
21 A Geometric Approach to Temptation Abe, Koji
Part Z Biological Foundation 
22 Prediction of Immediate and Future Rewards Differentially Recruits Cortico-Basal Ganglia Loops Tanaka, Saori C. (et al.)
23 Second-to-Fourth Digit Ratio and the Sporting Success of Sumo Wrestlers R. Tamiya, S. Lee and F. Ohtake
Part [ Investor Behavior 
24 Investors’ Herding on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Y. Iihara, H. Kato and T. Tokunaga
25 The Characteristics of Online Investors Uchida, Konari
26 Can Margin Traders Predict Future Stock Returns in Japan? T. Hirose, H. K. Kato and M. Bremer