Research Topics psychology

By Prof. Fazal Rehman Shamil

Research Area/ Research Interest: behavioral economics psychology

Research Paper Topics for Masters and Ph.D. Thesis and publication

  1. Behavioral economics: Reunifying psychology and economics
  2. Behavioral economics and psychology of incentives
  3. Behavioral economics: How psychology made its (limited) way back into economics
  4. Maps of bounded rationality: Psychology for behavioral economics
  5. Modeling the psychology of consumer and firm behavior with behavioral economics
  6. Psychology, behavioral economics, and public policy
  7.  Designing for behavior change: Applying psychology and behavioral economics
  8. Behavioral economics: merging psychology and economics for lifestyle interventions
  9.  An introduction to behavioral economics
  10. Use of psychology and behavioral economics to promote healthy eating
  11. Behavioral economics: A history
  12. The micro-foundations of international relations theory: Psychology and behavioral economics
  13. Behavioral economics
  14. Behavioral economics
  15. A behavioral economics primer.
  16. What is behavioral economics?
  17. Research commentary—informing privacy research through information systems, psychology, and behavioral economics: thinking outside the “APCO” box
  18.  The effects of behavioral economics on tax amnesty
  19. Applying insights from behavioral economics to policy design
  20. Behavioral economics
  21. Behavioral economics: Past, present, and future
  22. Behavioral economics and decision making: Applying insights from psychology to understand how people make economic decisions.
  23. Psychology and behavioral economics lessons for the design of a green growth strategy
  24. The psychology of residential developers: lessons from behavioral economics and additional explanations for satisficing
  25.  Policy and choice: Public finance through the lens of behavioral economics
  26. Behavioral economics
  27. Behavioral economics of education: Progress and possibilities
  28.  Behavioral economics: The basics
  29.  Behavioral economics
  30. Behavioral economics
  31. Behavioral economics: Past, present, and future
  32. Behavioral economics and decision making: Applying insights from psychology to understand how people make economic decisions.
  33. Psychology and behavioral economics lessons for the design of a green growth strategy
  34. The psychology of residential developers: lessons from behavioral economics and additional explanations for satisficing
  35.  Policy and choice: Public finance through the lens of behavioral economics
  36. Behavioral economics
  37. Behavioral economics of education: Progress and possibilities
  38.  Behavioral economics: The basics
  39.  Behavioral economics
  40. Contributions of behavior analysis to behavioral economics
  41. The rise of behavioral economics: A quantitative assessment
  42. Amos Tversky and the ascent of behavioral economics
  43. Behavioral economics and empirical public policy
  44. Behavioral economics and health economics
  45. Behavioral economics and the psychology of fruit and vegetable consumption
  46.  Decision-making research in managerial accounting: return to behavioral-economics foundations
  47. Behavioral economics and the need of psychology in economic research
  48. On the benefits of collaboration: Consumer psychology, behavioral economics and relational frame theory
  49.  Choice, behavioral economics, and addiction
  50. Behavioral economics, food assistance, and obesity
  51.  Behavioral economics in consumer behavior analysis
  52.  Behavioral economics
  53. Advancing Beyond Advances in Behavioral Economics
  54. Operant behavioral economics
  55. Behavioral economics and the economics of Keynes
  56. The Arrival of Behavioral Economics: from Michigan, or the Carnegie School in the 1950s and the early 1960s?
  57. The behavioral economics of education: New directions for research
  58. Understanding behavioral economics: A narrative perspective
  59. Cognitive Biases and Design Research: Using insights from behavioral economics and cognitive psychology to re-evaluate design research methods
  60. Applying lessons from behavioral economics to increase flu vaccination rates
  61. Austrian behavioral economics
  62. Is behavioral economics doomed?: The ordinary versus the extraordinary
  63. Wirtschaftspolitik und Psychologie: Zum Forschungsprogramm der Behavioral Economics/Psychology and economic policy
  64. Using behavioral economics in public economics
  65. Behavioral economics for environmental policy
  66. Dieting as an exercise in behavioral economics.
  67. Valuing cultural differences in behavioral economics
  68.  Real-World Decision Making: An Encyclopedia of Behavioral Economics: An Encyclopedia of Behavioral Economics
  69. Time for behavioral political economy? An analysis of articles in behavioral economics
  70.  Applying behavioral economics to improve microsavings outcomes
  71. Regulation for Conservatives: Behavioral Economics and the Case for” Asymmetric Paternalism”
  72. What can behavioral economics teach us about privacy
  73. Monozygotic twins or unrelated stepchildren? On the relationship between economic psychology and behavioral economics
  74. A introduction to behavioral economics: The complicating but sometimes critical considerations
  75.  Health psychology meets behavioral economics: Introduction to special issue.
  76. Behavioral economics and social policy: Designing innovative solutions for programs supported by the Administration for Children and Families
  77.  Behavioral economics: Where is it heading?
  78. Richard Thaler and the rise of behavioral economics
  79.  Discussion of behavioral economics
  80.  Reframing health behavior change with behavioral economics
  81. A foundation for behavioral economics
  82. Behavioral economics: Toward a new paradigm
  83. Behavioral economics and institutional innovation
  84. Behavioral economics and energy conservation–a systematic review of non-price interventions and their causal effects
  85. The behavioral economics of substance use disorders: reinforcement pathologies and their repair
  86. Forty years of behavioral economics
  87. Behavioral economics
  88.  Replications in economic psychology and behavioral economics
  89. Smarter lunchrooms: using behavioral economics to improve meal selection
  90. Is ‘new’behavioral economics ‘mainstream’?
  91.  Behavioral economics: Application of the methods of cognitive psychology to economics
  92. Rational choice, behavioral economics, and the law
  93.  Hayek and behavioral economics
  94. How behavioral economics trims its sails and why
  95.  Changing health behaviors using financial incentives: a review from behavioral economics
  96. Behavioral economics research and the foundations of economics
  97. Comments on” can Post Keynesians make better use of behavioral economics?”
  98.  Behavioral economics guidelines with applications for health interventions
  99.  Behavioral economics and the economics of regulation
  100. Hayekian behavioral economics
  101. Psychology and the Market
  102. Behavioral economics and environmental policy
  103. Building and defining behavioral economics
  104. The effectiveness of behavioral economics-informed interventions on physician behavioral change: a systematic literature reviewThe Economic Psychology of Gabriel Tarde: Something new for behavioral economics?
  105. Behavioral economics and macroeconomic models
  106. Behavioral economics and climate change policy
  107. The translational utility of behavioral economics: The experimental analysis of consumption and choice.
  108. Rebuilding the boat while staying afloat: The modeling challenge for behavioral economics
  109. The behavioral economics of brand choice
  110. The attack and defense mechanisms–perspectives from behavioral economics and game theory
  111. The behavioral economics of reinforcement pathologies: Novel approaches to addictive disorders.
  112. Save more tomorrow™: Using behavioral economics to increase employee saving
  113. Creativity and innovation: A contribution of behavioral economics
  114. The behavioral economics and neuroeconomics of alcohol use disorders
  115. Behavioral economics: Past, present, and future
  116. Behavioral economics and contract law
  117. The use of behavioral economics in promoting public policy.
  118. A review of behavioral economics in reproductive health
  119. The behavioral economics guide 2016 (with an introduction by Gerd Gigerenzer)
  120. Modern developments in behavioral economics
  121. The behavioral economics of smoking
  122. Behavioral economics—A framework for donor organ decision‐making in pediatric heart transplantation
  123. Stumble, predict, nudge: How behavioral economics informs law and policy
  124. Behavioral economics and behavioral finance: a bibliometric analysis of the scientific fields
  125. Psychology and economics: Evidence from the field
  126. New directions for IPE: Drawing from behavioral economics
  127. How to help gastroenterology patients help themselves: leveraging insights from behavioral economics
  128. The behavioral economics guide 2016 (with an introduction by Gerd Gigerenzer)
  129. Modern developments in behavioral economics
  130. The behavioral economics of smoking
  131. Behavioral economics—A framework for donor organ decision‐making in pediatric heart transplantation
  132. Stumble, predict, nudge: How behavioral economics informs law and policy
  133. Behavioral economics and behavioral finance: a bibliometric analysis of the scientific fields
  134. Psychology and economics: Evidence from the field
  135. New directions for IPE: Drawing from behavioral economics
  136. How to help gastroenterology patients help themselves: leveraging insights from behavioral economics
  137. Obesity: can behavioral economics help?
  138. Behavioral economics interventions in clinical decision support systems
  139. Behavioral economics: A state of the art matrix analysis
  140. The price of change: The behavioral economics of drug dependence
  141. The behavioral economics and neuroeconomics of reinforcer pathologies: implications for etiology and treatment of addiction
  142. Dual process theories in behavioral economics and neuroeconomics: a critical review
  143. Law and economics after behavioral economics
  144. The behavioral economics of multilevel marketing
  145. Law and Behavioral Economics
  146. A guide to behavioral economics
  147. Behavioral economics interventions in clinical decision support systems
  148. Behavioral economics: A state of the art matrix analysis
  149. The price of change: The behavioral economics of drug dependence
  150. The behavioral economics and neuroeconomics of reinforcer pathologies: implications for etiology and treatment of addiction
  151. Dual process theories in behavioral economics and neuroeconomics: a critical review
  152. Law and economics after behavioral economics
  153. The behavioral economics of multilevel marketing
  154. Law and Behavioral Economics
  155. A guide to behavioral economics
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