2023 - Research.com Economics and Finance in United States Leader Award
2014 - Distinguished Fellow of the American Economic Association
1999 - Member of the National Academy of Medicine (NAM)
1991 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1989 - Fellows of the Econometric Society
Fellow of the Financial Institutions Center (FIC)
His main research concerns Actuarial science, Microeconomics, Incentive, Reputation and Financial economics. His Actuarial science research incorporates themes from Rationality, Econometrics, Risk assessment and Willingness to pay. His work in the fields of Public good, Price discrimination and Ultimatum bargaining overlaps with other areas such as Offset.
His studies deal with areas such as Earnings, Earnings management, Investment decisions, Control and Adverse selection as well as Incentive. His study on Reputation system is often connected to Work as part of broader study in Reputation. His study in the field of Trading strategy also crosses realms of Database transaction.
Richard J. Zeckhauser mainly investigates Actuarial science, Microeconomics, Public economics, Monetary economics and Incentive. Richard J. Zeckhauser specializes in Actuarial science, namely Reinsurance. Richard J. Zeckhauser has included themes like Consumption and Private information retrieval in his Microeconomics study.
As part of his studies on Public economics, Richard J. Zeckhauser often connects relevant subjects like Government. His Monetary economics study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Event study.
Richard J. Zeckhauser spends much of his time researching Monetary economics, Actuarial science, Climate change, Event study and Social psychology. His research investigates the connection between Monetary economics and topics such as Stock market that intersect with issues in Corporate tax. His study looks at the relationship between Actuarial science and fields such as Health insurance, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
The Climate change study combines topics in areas such as Econometrics and Damages. His research on Event study also deals with topics like
His primary scientific interests are in Monetary economics, Event study, Stock market, Surprise and Climate change. Richard J. Zeckhauser has researched Monetary economics in several fields, including Insider trading, Emerging markets, Stock split, Market efficiency and Financial system. The Surprise study which covers Earnings that intersects with Contrast, Value and Enterprise value.
His work carried out in the field of Climate change brings together such families of science as Econometrics and Heuristic. His Climate science research includes elements of Actuarial science and Value. His Actuarial science research includes themes of Total cost, Cost–benefit analysis, Affect, Government and Distribution.
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Status quo bias in decision making
William F. Samuelson;Richard J. Zeckhauser.
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty (1988)
Earnings Management to Exceed Thresholds
Francois Degeorge;Jayendu Patel;Richard Zeckhauser.
The Journal of Business (1999)
The online laboratory: conducting experiments in a real labor market
John Joseph Horton;David Gertler Rand;Richard Jay Zeckhauser.
Experimental Economics (2011)
Paul Resnick;Ko Kuwabara;Richard Zeckhauser;Eric Friedman.
Communications of The ACM (2000)
Trust among strangers in internet transactions: Empirical analysis of eBay' s reputation system
Paul Resnick;Richard Zeckhauser.
Applied Microeconomics, The Economics of the Internet and E-Commerce (2002)
An economic theory of alliances
Mancur Olson;Richard Zeckhauser.
Hot Hands in Mutual Funds: Short‐Run Persistence of Relative Performance, 1974–1988
Darryll Hendricks;Jayendu Patel;Richard Zeckhauser.
Journal of Finance (1993)
The value of reputation on eBay: A controlled experiment
Paul Resnick;Richard Zeckhauser;John Swanson;Kate Lockwood.
Experimental Economics (2006)
A primer for policy analysis
Edith. Stokey;Richard. Zeckhauser.
Principals and Agents: The Structure of Business
John W. Pratt;Richard Zeckhauser.
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