Review of Behavioral Economics

Editor-in-chief

J. Barkley Rosser, Jr.
James Madison University
 
Print ISSN: 2326-6198
Online ISSN: 2326-6201
 
Publisher
Zac Rolnik

RBE

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Volume 4, Issue 4 Special Issue: Honoring Richard A. Easterlin

In the Beginning This Was Richard A. Easterlin

 
Eugene Smolensky
Volume 4, Issue 4 Special Issue: Honoring Richard A. Easterlin

Richard A. Easterlin, Economic Historian and Demographer

 
Stanley Engerman
Volume 4, Issue 4 Special Issue: Honoring Richard A. Easterlin

Paradox Lost?

 
Richard A. Easterlin
Volume 4, Issue 4 Special Issue: Honoring Richard A. Easterlin

A Tribute to Richard Easterlin: Economist, Demographer, and Gentleman

 
Carol Graham
Volume 4, Issue 4 Special Issue: Honoring Richard A. Easterlin

Gender Gaps in Subjective Wellbeing: A New Paradox to Explore

 
Claudia Senik
Volume 4, Issue 4 Special Issue: Honoring Richard A. Easterlin

Experienced Life Cycle Satisfaction in Europe

 
Robson Morgan | Kelsey J. O'Connor
Volume 4, Issue 4 Special Issue: Honoring Richard A. Easterlin

Happiness and Welfare State Policy Around the World

 
Kelsey J. O’Connor
Volume 3, Issue 2

Lemons & Loons

 
Timothy Perri
Volume 3, Issue 1 Special Issue on Taxation

Research Methods in Taxation History

 
Jane Frecknall-Hughes
Volume 3, Issue 1 Special Issue on Taxation

Can Tax Compliance Research Profit from Biology?

 
Benno Torgler
Volume 2, Issue 1-2

Homo Socialis: The Road Ahead

Open Access
Dirk Helbing
Volume 1, Issue 1–2

Human Sacrifice

 
Peter T. Leeson