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Consumer Behavior and the Safety Effects of Product Safety Regulation
(Journal of Law and Economics, 1985)
A recurring issue in the economic analysis of risk regulation agencies is whether these efforts have had any significant favorable effect on safety. Although the existence of such an effect would not necessarily imply that ...
Adaptive Responses to Chemical Labeling: Are Workers Bayesian Decision Makers?
(American Economic Review, 1984)
A fundamental issue in the economics of uncertainty is how individuals process information and make choices under uncertainty. In a recent analysis of the findings on risk perception, Kenneth Arrow (1982) concluded that ...