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Myong-Il Kang
Myong-Il Kang
Associate professor, Department of Business Administration, Korea University (JAPAN)
Verified email at korea-u.ac.jp
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Hyperbolic discounting, the sign effect, and the body mass index
S Ikeda, MI Kang, F Ohtake
Journal of health economics 29 (2), 268-284, 2010
2512010
TIME DISCOUNTING AND SMOKING BEHAVIOR: EVIDENCE FROM A PANEL SURVEY*
MI Kang, S Ikeda
Health economics 23 (12), 1443-1464, 2014
542014
Time discounting, present biases, and health-related behaviors: Evidence from Japan
MI Kang, S Ikeda
Economics & Human Biology 21, 122-136, 2016
522016
Hyperbolic discounting, borrowing aversion and debt holding
S Ikeda, MI Kang
The Japanese Economic Review 66, 421-446, 2015
312015
Hyperbolic discounting, the sign effect, and the body mass index
S Ikeda, MI Kang, F Ohtake
Behavioral Economics of Preferences, Choices, and Happiness, 277-313, 2016
62016
Time preference, time discounting biases, and debt holding behaviors
S Ikeda, M Kang, F Ohtake, Y Tsutsui
A paper presented at the Nagahama Workshop on the Economics of Time and …, 2010
62010
Time discounting and smoking behavior: Evidence from a panel survey
MI Kang, S Ikeda
Behavioral Economics of Preferences, Choices, and Happiness, 197-226, 2016
52016
Generalized hyperbolic discounting, borrowing aversion, and debt holding
S Ikeda, MI Kang
ISER Discussion Paper, 2011
52011
Fat debtors: Time discounting, its anomalies, and body mass index
S Ikeda, MI Kang, F Ohtake
ISER Discussion Paper, 2009
52009
Time discounting, present biases, and health-related behavior
MI Kang, S Ikeda
ISER Discussion Paper, 2013
32013
Time discounting, ambiguity aversion, and preferences for future environmental policies: Evidence from discrete choice experiments
K Hirata, S Ikeda, M Ikefuji, MI Kang, K Yamada
ISER Discussion Paper, 2017
22017
Present-biased preference and human health behavior: A mini review
M Kang
Quality in Primary Care 23 (6), 345-348, 2015
22015
Time discounting and smoking behavior under tax hikes
MI Kang, S Ikeda
ISER Discussion Paper, 2010
22010
Effect of female elementary-school homeroom teachers on time preferences in adulthood
E Yamamura, MI Kang, S Ikeda
2020
Can the consumption-free nonexpected utility model solve the risk premium puzzle? An empirical study of the Japanese stock market
MI Kang
ISER Discussion Paper, 2010
2010
Can the consumption-free nonexpected utility model solve the risk premium puzzle? An empirical study of the Japanese stock market
MI Kang
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