DANIEL SCHWARTZ

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RESEARCH

Working papers

Schwartz, D. The Rise of a Nudge: Field Experiment and Machine Learning on Minimum and Full Credit Card Payments.
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Arenas, J. and Schwartz, D. Using Causal Random Forest to Examine Spillover Effects of Credit Card Payment Reminders. (Authorship ordered alphabetically).

Araya, S., Elberg, A., Noton, C., and Schwartz, D. Identifying Food Labeling Effects on Consumer Behavior. (Authorship ordered alphabetically). Revise and resubmit: Marketing Science.
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Mondschein, S., Olivares, M., Ordoñez, F., Schwartz, D., Weintraub, A., Aguayo, C., Canessa, G., and Torres, I. Logistics of Voting in Pandemic: Balancing waiting time with infection risk. (Authorship of faculty members ordered alphabetically). Revise and resubmit: Service Science.
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Arriagada, J., Mena, C., Munizaga, M., and Schwartz, D. Nudging Contribution in Crowdsourced Public Transport Technologies. (Authorship ordered alphabetically).
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Gramsch, B., Guevara, A., Munizaga, M., Schwartz, D., and Tirachini, A. The Effect of Dynamic Lockdownson Public Transport Demand in Times of COVID-19: Evidence from Smartcard Data. (Authorship ordered alphabetically).
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Publications

Cordova, A., Imas, A., and Schwartz, D. (2021). Are Non-Contingent Incentives More Effective for Motivating New Behavior? Evidence from the Field. (Authorship ordered alphabetically). Games and Economic Behavior.
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Collier, B. L., Schwartz, D., Kunreuther, H. C., and Michel-Kerjan, E. O. (2021). Insuring Large Stakes: A Normative and Descriptive Analysis of Households’ Flood Insurance Coverage. Journal of Risk and Insurance.
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Schwartz, D., Keenan, E., Imas, A., and Gneezy, A. (2021). Opting-in to Prosocial Incentives. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.
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Schwartz, D., Loewenstein, G., and Aguero, L. (2020). Encouraging Pro-Environmental Behavior through Green Identity Labeling. Nature Sustainability.
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Schwartz, D., Milfont, T. L., and Hilton, D. (2019). The interplay between intrinsic motivation, financial incentives and nudges in sustainable consumption. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK. (book chapter).
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Schwartz, D. and Loewenstein, G. (2017). The Chill of the Moment: Emotions and Pro-environmental Behavior. Journal of Public Policy and Marketing.
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Wong-Parodi, G., Krishnamurti, T., Davis, A., Schwartz, D., and Fischhoff, B. (2016). A decision science approach for integrating social science in climate and energy solutions. Nature Climate Change.
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Schwartz, D., Bruine de Bruin, W., Fischhoff, B., and Lave, L. (2015). Advertising energy saving programs: The potential environmental cost of emphasizing monetary savings. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied.
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Schwartz, D., Fischhoff, B., Krishnamurti, T., and Sowell, F. (2013). The Hawthorne effect and energy awareness. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
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Krishnamurti, T., Schwartz, D., Davis, A., Fischhoff, B., de Bruin, W. B., Lave, L., and Wang, J. (2012). Preparing for smart grid technologies: A behavioral decision research approach to understanding consumer expectations about smart meters. Energy Policy.
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Loewenstein, G., and Schwartz, D. (2010). Nothing to fear but a lack of fear: Climate change and the fear deficit. G8 Magazine.
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Vitriol, V., Cancino, A., Florenzano, R., Ballesteros, S., and Schwartz, D. (2010). Efficacy and associated costs of an outpatient intervention in women with severe depression and early trauma. Revista Medica de Chile.
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Churilov, L., Bagirov, A., Schwartz, D., Smith, K. A., and Dally, M. (2005). Data mining with combined use of optimization techniques and self-organizing maps for improving risk grouping rules: Application to prostate cancer patients. Journal of Management Information Systems.
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Schwartz, D., Smith, K. A., Churilov, L., Dally, M., and Weber, R. (2003). Improving risk grouping rules for prostate cancer patients using self-organizing maps. In A. Abraham, M. Koppen, K. Franke (Eds.). Design and Application of Hybrid Intelligent Systems (pp. 126-135). Amsterdam: IOS Press. (book chapter).
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