Yan Vieites
Yan Vieites
Assistant Professor FGV-EBAPE
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Political orientation and support for social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic: evidence from Brazil
G Ramos, Y Vieites, J Jacob, EB Andrade
Revista de Administração Pública 54 (4), 697-713, 2020
Social class shapes donation allocation preferences
Y Vieites, R Goldszmidt, EB Andrade
Journal of Consumer Research 48 (5), 775-795, 2022
Can self-protective behaviors increase unrealistic optimism? Evidence from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Y Vieites, GA Ramos, EB Andrade, C Pereira, A Medeiros
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 27 (4), 621, 2021
Expected socioeconomic-status-based discrimination reduces price sensitivity among the poor
J Jacob, Y Vieites, R Goldszmidt, EB Andrade
Journal of Marketing Research 59 (6), 1083-1100, 2022
Effectively communicating the removal of fossil energy subsidies: Evidence from Latin America
Y Vieites, B Andretti, M Weiss, J Jacob, M Hallack
Global Environmental Change 81, 102690, 2023
The effect of temporary deferrals on donor return: A 26‐year assessment in a setting without retention activities
C M. Ferreira, Y Vieites, R Goldszmidt, E B. Andrade
Transfusion 62 (8), 1583-1593, 2022
Short-and Long-Term Effects of Incentives on Prosocial Behavior: The Case of Ride Vouchers to a Blood Collection Agency
CM Ferreira, Y Vieites, R Goldszmidt, LSG Barros, EB Andrade
Social Science & Medicine, 117019, 2024
Longitudinal attenuation in political polarization: Evidence from COVID-19 vaccination adherence in Brazil
R Furst, R Goldszmidt, EB Andrade, Y Vieites, B Andretti, GA Ramos
Social Science & Medicine 348, 116783, 2024
Underestimations of the income-based ecological footprint inequality
B Andretti, Y Vieites, GA Ramos, L Elmor, EB Andrade
Climatic Change 177 (4), 66, 2024
Stigmatizing deferrals disproportionally reduce donor return rates: Evidence from Brazil
Y Vieites, CM Ferreira, R Goldszmidt, EB Andrade
Vox Sanguinis, 2024
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