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Ökonomie und Psychologie: eine Übersicht

  • Bruno S. Frey und Matthias Benz

Moderne Ökonomie und Sozialpsychologie beschäftigen sich beide mit der Erklärung menschlichen Verhaltens. Dieser Artikel gibt eine Übersicht über die Interaktion zwischen den beiden Wissenschaften. Zum einen werden einige grundlegende Aspekte dieser Beziehung diskutiert; zum anderen werden die Ergebnisse neuerer empirischer Arbeiten dargestellt. Im Zentrum stehen Erweiterungen des ökonomischen Verhaltensmodells aufgrund (i) der begrenzten Rationalität der Menschen, (ii) des begrenzten Eigennutzes der Individuen und (iii) einem begrenzten Nutzenkonzept, welches der Ökonomik zugrunde liegt.

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Paper provided by Institute for Empirical Research in Economics - University of Zurich in its series IEW - Working Papers with number 092.

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