Journals


Journal of Public Economics


Brown, J. , Poterba, J., David, R. Forthcoming. Do Required Minimum Distributions Matter? The Effect of the 2009 Holiday on Retirement Plan Distributions. Journal of Public Economics

Malani, A., Reif, J. 2015. Interpreting Pre-trends as Anticipation: Impact on Estimated Treatment Effects from Tort Reform. Journal of Public Economics, 1-17

Brown, J. , Weisbenner, S. 2014. Why Do Individuals Choose Defined Contribution Plans? Evidence from Participants in a Large Public Plan. Journal of Public Economics, 116: 35-46

Dharmapala, A., Riedel, N. 2013. Earnings Shocks and Tax-Motivated Income-Shifting: Evidence from European Multinationals. Journal of Public Economics, 97: 95-107 SSRN Abstract

Brown, J. , Finkelstein, A. 2007. Why is the Market for Long-Term Care Insurance so Small? Journal of Public Economics, 91: 1967-1991

Brown, J. , Liang, N., Weisbenner, S. 2007. Individual Account Investment Options and Portfolio Choice: Behaviorial Lessons from 401 (k) Plans. Journal of Public Economics, 91: 1992-2013

Brown, J. , Liang, N., Weisbenner, S. 2006. 401(k) Matching Contributions in Company Stock: Costs and Benefits for Firms and Workers. Journal of Public Economics, 90: 1315-1346

Brown, J. 2001. Private Pensions, Mortality Risk, and the Decision to Annuitize. Journal of Public Economics, 82: 29-62

Kahn, C. , Mookherjee, D. 1995. Market Failure with Moral Hazard and Side Trading. Journal of Public Economics, 58: 159-184

Mookherjee, D. 1995. Market Failure with Moral Hazard and Side Trading. Journal of Public Economics, 58: 159-184

Kahn, C. , Silva, E. 1993. Exclusion and Moral Hazard: The Case of Identical Demand. Journal of Public Economics, 52: 217-235