Intuitive psychology, natural experiments, and the Greenspan-Bernanke conceptual framework for responding to financial crises
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KeywordsUnited States of America; Behavioural economics; Economic policy; Intuitive psychology; Natural experiments; Naïve behavioural economics; Greenspan-Bernanke doctrine; Financial accelerator;
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