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Psychology and Economics: Evidence from the Field

  • S. DELLAVIGNA.

Part I: Nonstandard Preferences This first part of a larger work devoted to the modern behavioral economics considers economic aspects of nonstandard preferences that characterize deviations from the standard model of rational decision-making. The author emphasizes the problems of self-control and the context-dependence of human behavior. He then shows how to apply theoretical ideas to the study of savings, labor market, stock exchange, and other domains of economic behavior.

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