Matthew A. Levy

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  • Ananda Ganguly, Joshua Taso, Jorge Barraza, Laura Beavin, David Bjerk, John Ifcher +9 others
  • 2015
We present evidence that intrinsic demand for information about the future is increasing in expected future consumption utility. In the first experiment, subjects may resolve a lottery now or later. The information is useless for decision making but the larger the reward, the more likely subjects are to pay to resolve the lottery early. In the second(More)
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