The New Behavioral Economics
This three-volume set contains over seventy valuable references written by economists, psychologists and social scientists that examine the field of new behavioural economics. The articles demonstrate how new behavioural economics and decision sciences deal with different issues with almost the same response – to include a new taste in utility function. In his original introduction Professor Khalil investigates the strengths and weaknesses of the literature and provides an essential insight into this field of study.
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