Preferences for income distributions when facing health risks: Individual and societal perspectives

Project: Research

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Description

The project seeks to disentangle individual and social preferences over health outcomes and wealth/consumption under uncertainty. Using a combination of longitudinal survey data, register data and incentivised experiment we will be able to identify individual risk preferences over the lifetime and disentangle whether inequality aversion is affected by the type of risk individuals are facing.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date01/09/201731/08/2020

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