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Paul Smeets
Professor of Philanthropy and Sustainable Finance, Maastricht University
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Why do investors hold socially responsible mutual funds?
A Riedl, P Smeets
The Journal of Finance 72 (6), 2505-2550, 2017
5962017
Buying time promotes happiness
AV Whillans, EW Dunn, P Smeets, R Bekkers, MI Norton
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (32), 8523-8527, 2017
1782017
Social identification and investment decisions
R Bauer, P Smeets
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 117, 121-134, 2015
173*2015
Get real! Individuals prefer more sustainable investments
R Bauer, T Ruof, P Smeets
The Review of Financial Studies 34 (8), 3976-4043, 2021
1172021
Giving behavior of millionaires
P Smeets, R Bauer, U Gneezy
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (34), 10641-10644, 2015
982015
Social preferences and portfolio choice
A Riedl, P Smeets
CESifo Working Paper Series, 2017
39*2017
Why do the rich oppose redistribution? An experiment with America’s top 5%
A Cohn, LJ Jessen, M Klasnja, P Smeets
An experiment with America’s top 5, 2021
292021
Investor memory
K Gödker, P Jiao, P Smeets
Available at SSRN 3348315, 2021
242021
Time use and happiness of millionaires: Evidence from the Netherlands
P Smeets, A Whillans, R Bekkers, MI Norton
Social Psychological and Personality Science 11 (3), 295-307, 2020
182020
Get real
R Bauer, T Ruof, P Smeets
Individuals prefer more sustainable investments. SSRN: https://paper s. ssrn …, 2019
152019
Lying and shame aversion
AE Greenberg, P Smeets, L Zhurakhovska
Available at SSRN, 2015
15*2015
Financial incentives beat social norms: A field experiment on retirement information search
R Bauer, I Eberhardt, P Smeets
SSRN Electron. J, 2017
122017
Lying, Guilt, and Shame
AE Greenberg, P Smeets, L Zhurakhovska
Mimeo, 2014
92014
Towards a practical and scientifically sound tool for measuring time and risk preferences in pension savings decisions
J Potters, A Riedl, P Smeets
Netspar Industry Paper 59, 2016
82016
Do sex hormones at birth predict later-life economic preferences? Evidence from a pregnancy birth cohort study
B Van Leeuwen, P Smeets, J Bovet, G Nave, J Stieglitz, A Whitehouse
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1941), 20201756, 2020
62020
Financial incentives beat social norms
R Bauer, I Eberhardt, P Smeets
A field experiment on retirement information search. Netspar Academic Series 15, 2018
42018
Time Use and Happiness of Millionaires
P Smeets, AV Whillans, R Bekkers, MI Norton
Harvard Business School, 2018
42018
No link between sex hormones around birth and economic preferences
B van Leeuwen, P Smeets, J Bovet, G Nave, J Stieglitz, A Whitehouse
SSRN Electronic Journal. https://doi. org/10.2139/ssrn 3565809, 2020
32020
Socially Responsible Investments: Return Expectations or Social Preferences?
A Riedl, P Smeets
Available at SSRN 2221276, 2013
32013
Do Financial Advisors Exploit Responsible Investment Preferences?
M Laudi, P Smeets, U Weitzel
Available at SSRN 3887716, 2021
22021
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