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Happiness and time preference: The effect of positive affect in a random-assignment experiment
J Ifcher, H Zarghamee
American Economic Review 101 (7), 3109-3129, 2011
3472011
The Earned Income Tax Credit, Mental Health, and Happiness
C Boyd-Swan, CM Herbst, J Ifcher, H Zarghamee
The Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 126 (Part A), 18-38, 2016
1112016
Affect and overconfidence: A laboratory investigation
J Ifcher, H Zarghamee
Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Economics 7 (3), 125-150, 2014
1032014
The Increasing Happiness of Parents
CM Herbst, J Ifcher
Review of Economics of the Household 14 (3), 529-551, 2016
87*2016
The Happiness of Single Mothers: Evidence from the General Social Survey
J Ifcher, H Zarghamee
Journal of Happiness Studies 15 (5), 1219-1238, 2014
63*2014
The happiness of single mothers after welfare reform
J Ifcher
The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy 11, Article 60, 2011
382011
Pricing Competition: A New Laboratory Measure of Gender Differences in the Willingness to Compete
J Ifcher, H Zarghamee
Experiment Economics 19 (3), 642-662, 2016
372016
Local Neighbors as Positives, Regional Neighbors as Negatives: Competing Channels in the Relationship between Others' Income, Health, and Happiness
J Ifcher, H Zarghamee, C Graham
The Journal of Health Economics 57, 263-276, 2018
352018
Behavioral economic phenomena in decision-making for others
J Ifcher, H Zarghamee
Journal of Economic Psychology 77, 102180, 2020
322020
The Rapid Evolution of Homo Economicus: Brief Exposure to Neoclassical Assumptions Increases Self-Interested Behavior
J Ifcher, H Zarghamee
The Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics 75 (C), 55-65, 2018
292018
Income Inequality and Well-Being in the US: Evidence of Geographic-Scale-and Measure-Dependence
J Ifcher, H Zarghamee, C Graham
The Journal of Economic Inequality 17, 415-434, 2019
192019
DO GENDER‐VARIANT PREFERENCES FOR COMPETITION PERSIST IN THE ABSENCE OF PERFORMANCE?
J Ifcher, H Zarghamee
Economic Inquiry 54 (4), 1918-1930, 2016
122016
Experiencing poverty in an online simulation: Effects on players’ beliefs, attitudes and behaviors about poverty
P Hernández-Ramos, CM Bachen, C Raphael, J Ifcher, M Broghammer
Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace 13 (3), 2019
112019
Identifying the Effect of a Welfare-To-Work Program Using Program Capacity Constraints: A New York City Quasi-Experiment
J Ifcher
Eastern Economic Journal 36, 299-316, 2010
9*2010
The relative income effect: an experiment
J Ifcher, H Zarghamee, D Houser, L Diaz
Experimental Economics, 1-30, 2020
8*2020
Inequality of Happiness: Evidence of the Compression of the Subjective-Well-Being Distribution with Economic Growth
J Ifcher, H Zarghamee
Inequality and Growth: Patterns and Policy: Volume I: Concepts and Analysis 1, 2016
7*2016
General Assistance Recipients and Welfare‐To‐Work Programs: Evidence from New York City
J Ifcher
Poverty & Public Policy 2 (3), 171-193, 2010
5*2010
Ethics and experimental economics
J Ifcher, H Zarghamee
Practicing Professional Ethics in Economics and Public Policy, 195-205, 2016
3*2016
The Effect of Workfare Before Workfare Begins
J Ifcher
Workfare, Job Training, and Welfare Caseloads: Evidence from Innovative …, 2004
32004
Estimating social preferences using stated satisfaction: novel support for inequity aversion
L Diaz, D Houser, J Ifcher, H Zarghamee
IZA Discussion Paper, 2021
22021
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