Erin Krupka is an experimental behavioral economist whose work contributes to the literature that models the sway of non-wealth factors on choice. Her work is relevant to the incentive-centered design of information systems pioneered at the School of Information. Her papers can be found at her web page.
Areas of interest
Erin Krupka's research interests are in the areas of behavioural and experimental economics, and she is particularly interested in topics such a social norm emergence, compliance, transmission and maintenance.
- The covenants we live by: Normative social influences on behavior
- Promise-keeping, norms and behavior
- Impact of public goal and outcome announcement on goal completion
- Design, Perception, and Action – Engineering Information Give-Away
- Provider, Patient, and Health System Effects of Provider Commitments to Choose Wisely