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Sep 12, 2015
| Economics Profession
| Human Behavior
| Imperfect Knowledge
Tania Singer on the key importance of understanding preferences and behavioral change.
Much has been said about the interaction between economics and psychology. With Prof. Singer we discuss the psychological research that informs cutting-edge economics as well as the psychological underpinnings of old models.