Weekly Top 5 Papers – September 20, 2013

1. Motivated Numeracy and Enlightened Self-Government by Dan M. Kahan (Yale University – Law School) and Ellen Peters (Ohio State University – Psychology Department) and Erica Cantrell Dawson (Cornell University) and Paul Slovic (Decision Research) 2. Reducing Retirement Risk with a Rising Equity Glide-Path by Wade D. Pfau (The American College) and Michael E. Kitces (The Kitces Report & Nerd’s Eye View) 3. The Skin In The Game Heuristic for Protection Against Tail Events by Constantine Sandis (Oxford Brooks) and Nassim Nicholas Taleb (NYU-Poly) 4. Evaluating Graduated Response by Rebecca Giblin (Monash University – Faculty of

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Law) 5. Why Do Good People Sometimes Do Bad Things?: 52 Reflections on Ethics at Work by M. Kaptein (Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) – Rotterdam School of Management (RSM))

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