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Seung-Keun Martinez

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences


Research Summary

Working Papers:

The Large Number of Choices Incompatible with Representing Risk Preference as Utility Curvature (with Ned Augenblick)

Social Comparisons in Peer Effects (with Jason Bigenho) Revision Requested, Journal of the European Economics Association.

Nudging Civilian Evacuation During War: Evidence from Ukraine (with Monika Pompeo, Roman Sheremeta, Volodymyr Vakhitov, Matthias Weber, and Nataliia Zaika) Revision Requested, The Economic Journal

Effect of Informational Videos on Vaccine PerceptionsAmong Unvaccinated Individuals: A Randomized Control Trial, with Andy Brownback, Guillermo Cruces, Joanne Morling, Monika Pompeo, and Silvia Sonderegger.

Changing the Cost of Procrastination: A Field Experiment on Health Insurance Enrollment (with Anya Samek and Charles Sprenger)

Works in Progress:

Securing the Goalposts on COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy: An Experiment on Paradoxical Reasoning (with Andy Brownback, Guillermo Cruces, Ignacio Lunghi, Monika Pompeo, and Silvia Sonderegger.)

Competition Through Information: Pharmaceutical Side Effects and Wikipedia Updates (with Marit Hinoosar, Ryan C. McDevitt, Shijian Liu and Chelsea Park)

Recent Publications


Past Research


Procrastination in the Field: Evidence from Tax-Filing (with Stephan Meier and Charles Sprenger), Journal of the European Economic Association, 2023

A Test for Risk-Averse Expected Utility (with Christopher Chambers and Ce Liu),Journal of Economic Theory, 2016

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