Department of Economics
United States of America
Jonathan Zinman is working as Assistant Professor of Economics, Dartmouth College, USA. He has authored and co-authored multiple peer-reviewed scientific papers and presented works at many national and International conferences. Professor Zinman’s research focuses on household finance and behavioral economics, spanning consumer decision making, supplier strategy, and market outcomes. He applies his research by working with policymakers and financial service providers around the globe to develop and test innovations in pricing, marketing, product development, and choice architecture that are beneficial to both providers and users.
Household finance, Consumer choice, Behavioral economics and psychology, Experimental and survey methodology, Development
Getting to the Top of Mind: How Reminders Increase Saving (2016) Management Science, 62(12): 3393-3411
Borrowing High vs. Borrowing Higher: Price Dispersion and Shopping Behavior in the U.S. Credit Card Market (2016) Review of Financial Studies, 29(4): 979-1006
Challenges to Replication and Iteration in Field Experiments: Evidence from two Direct Mail Shots (2017) American Economic Review (Papers & Proceedings),107(5), 462-465