Publications

2020
Cheek, N.N. & Shafir, E.The thick skin bias in judgments about people in poverty”. Behavioural Public Policy (2020): , 1-16. Print. thick_skin_bias_in_judgments_about_people_in_poverty.pdf
Mani, A., Mullainathan S. Shafir E. Zhao J. &. “Scarcity and cognitive function around payday: A conceptual and empirical analysis”. Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 5(4) (2020): , 5(4), 365-376. Print. scarcitycogfuncpayday_copy.pdf
Oh, D.W., Shafir E. Todorov A. &. “Economic status cues from clothes affect perceived competence from faces”. Nature Human Behaviour 4(3) (2020): , 4(3), 287-293. Print. econcuesfromclothes.pdf
2019
Shah, A., Mullainathan S. Shafir E. &. “An exercise in self-replication: Replicating Shah, Mullainathan, and Shafir (2012)”. Journal of Economic Psychology 75 (2019). Print. exercise_in_self_replication.pdf
2018
Shafir, E. The Essential Tversky. Cambridge, MA. MIT Press, 2018. Web. Publisher's Version
Shah, A.K., Zhao J. Mullainathan S. Shafir E. &. “Money in the mental lives of the poor”. 36(1) (2018): , 36(1), 4-19. Print. money_mental_lives_of_poor.pdf
2017
Paluck, E. L., Shafir E. Wu S. J. &. “Ignoring alarming news brings indifference: Learning about the world and the self”. Cognition 167 (2017): , 167, 160-171. Print. ignoringalarmingnews.pdf
Shafir, E.Decisions in Poverty Contexts”. Current Opinion in Psychology 18 (2017): , 18, 131-136. Print. decisions_in_poverty_contexts.pdf
2016
Shafir, E.Manipulated as a Way of Life”. Journal of Marketing Behavior 1(3-4) (2016): , 1(3-4), 245-260. Print. manipulated_as_way_of_life.pdf
2015
Gennetian, L. A., Shafir E. &. “The persistence of poverty in the context of financial instability: A behavioral perspective”. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 34(4) (2015): , 34(4), 904-936. Print. persistence_of_poverty_.pdf
Shah, A., Shafir E. Mullainathan S. &. “Scarcity frames value”. Psychological Science 26(4) (2015): , 26(4), 402–412. Print. scarcity_frames_value.pdf
2014
Shafir, E.Poverty and Civil Rights: A Behavioral Economics Perspective”. University of Illinois Law Review 1 (2014): , 1, 205-229. Print. poverty_and_civil_rights.pdf
Hall, C.C., Zhao J. Shafir E. &. “Self-affirmation among the poor: Cognitive and Behavioral Implications”. Psychological Science 25(2) (2014): , 25(2), 619-625. Print. self_affirmation_among_poor.pdf
2013
Mullainathan, S., Shafir E. &. Scarcity: Why Having Too Little Means So Much. New York: Henry Holt Times Books, 2013. Web. Publisher's Version
Olivola, C.Y., Shafir E. &. “The Martyrdom Effect: When pain and effort increase prosocial contributions”. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 26 (2013): , 26, 91-105. Print. martyrdomeffectshafir2013.pdf
Mani, A., Mullainathan S. Shafir E. Zhao J. &. “Poverty Impede Cognitive Function”. Science 341 (2013): , 341, 976-980. Print. povertyimpedescognitivefunction.pdf
2012
Sussman, A., Shafir E. &. “On Assets and Debt in the Psychology of Perceived Wealth”. Psychological Science 23(1) (2012): , 23(1), 101-108. Print. assets_debt.pdf
Shah, A., Mullainathan S. Shafir E. &. “Some consequences of having too little”. Science 338 (2012): , 338, 682-685. Print. science-conseqtoolittleshafir2012.pdf