Dynamic Salience with Intermittent Billing: Evidence from Smart Electricity Meters

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Ben Gilbert; Joshua S. Graff Zivin; (2013)
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    • jel: jel:D03 | jel:Q4
    mesheuropmc: health care economics and organizations

Digital tracking and the proliferation of automated payments have made intermittent billing more commonplace, and the frequency at which consumers receive price, quantity, or total expenditure signals may distort their choices. This category of goods has expanded from h... View more
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