George Katona: A founding father of old behavioral economics
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KeywordsConventional economics; Behavioral economics; Old behavioral economics; Founding fathers; Cognitive psychology; Experimental psychology; Keynesian consumption function; Real behavior; Rationality; Expectations; Survey research center;
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