Kim Peijnenburg
Kim Peijnenburg
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Ambiguity aversion and household portfolio choice puzzles: Empirical evidence
SG Dimmock, R Kouwenberg, OS Mitchell, K Peijnenburg
Journal of Financial Economics 119 (3), 559-577, 2016
256*2016
Health cost risk: A potential solution to the annuity puzzle
K Peijnenburg, T Nijman, BJM Werker
The Economic Journal 127 (603), 1598-1625, 2017
80*2017
The annuity puzzle remains a puzzle
K Peijnenburg, T Nijman, BJM Werker
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 70, 18-35, 2016
76*2016
How much do means-tested benefits reduce the demand for annuities?
M Bütler, K Peijnenburg, S Staubli
Journal of Pension Economics & Finance 16 (4), 419-449, 2017
59*2017
Estimating ambiguity preferences and perceptions in multiple prior models: Evidence from the field
SG Dimmock, R Kouwenberg, OS Mitchell, K Peijnenburg
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 51 (3), 219-244, 2015
522015
Life-cycle asset allocation with ambiguity aversion and learning
K Peijnenburg
Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 2018
372018
Trading Out of Sight: An Analysis of Cross-Trading in Mutual Fund Families
A Eisele, T Nefedova, G Parise, K Peijnenburg
forthcoming Journal of Financial Economics, 2018
31*2018
Noncognitive Abilities and Financial Distress: Evidence from a Representative Household Panel
G Parise, K Peijnenburg
Review of Financial Studies 32 (10), 3884–3919, 2019
30*2019
Ambiguity attitudes about investments: Evidence from the field
K Anantanasuwong, R Kouwenberg, OS Mitchell, K Peijnenberg
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2019
152019
Household portfolio underdiversification and probability weighting: Evidence from the field
SG Dimmock, R Kouwenberg, OS Mitchell, K Peijnenburg
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
152018
Should i stay or should i go? break even funding ratios for db pension plan participants
R Molenaar, JMJ Peijnenburg, EHM Ponds
NETSPAR Discussion Paper 4, 2011
92011
Online Appendix for Ambiguity Attitudes About Investments: Evidence from the Field
K Anantanasuwong, R Kouwenberg, OS Mitchell, K Peijnenburg
Available at SSRN 3332255, 2019
2019
Web Appendix of” How much do means-tested benefits reduce the demand for annuities?”
M BÜTLER, KIM PEIJNENBURG, S STAUBLI
2015
Forgetting the Past: Habit or Not?
O Balakina, K Peijnenburg
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