Erzo Fp Luttmer
Department of Economics
United States of America
Erzo FP Luttmer is the Dartmouth Professor in Economics at Dartmouth College. He si also a Research Associate at the NBER and a Research Fellow at IZA. He hold a Master's degree in econometrics from Erasmus University Rotterdam and a PhD in economics from Harvard University. His research seeks to understand what drives the demand for redistribution and social insurance and how the implementation of redistribution and social insurance programs can be improved. Many of his papers highlight the important role of social effects in economic behavior.
Social Insurance, Income Redistribution, Interpersonal preferences, Behavioral Economics
Borghans L, Gielen AC, Luttmer EF. Social support substitution and the earnings rebound: Evidence from a regression discontinuity in disability insurance reform. American Economic Journal: Economic Policy. 2014 Nov 1;6(4):34-70.
Iyer R, Khwaja AI, Luttmer EF, Shue K. Screening peers softly: Inferring the quality of small borrowers. Management Science. 2015 Aug 12;62(6):1554-77.
Brown JR, Kapteyn A, Luttmer EF, Mitchell OS. Cognitive constraints on valuing annuities. Journal of the European Economic Association. 2017 Apr 1;15(2):429-62.