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Behavioral Economics: Past, Present, Future

Camerer, Colin F. and Loewenstein, George (2003) Behavioral Economics: Past, Present, Future. In: Advances in behavioral economics. Roundtable series in behavioral economics. Princeton University Press , Princeton, N.J., pp. 1-61. ISBN 9780691116815.

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Behavioral economics increases the explanatory power of economics by providing it with more realistic psychological foundations. This book consists of representative recent articles in behavioral economics. This chapter is intended to provide an introduction to the approach and methods of behavioral economics, and to some of its major findings, applications, and promising new directions. It also seeks to fill some unavoidable gaps in the chapters’ coverage of topics.

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Additional Information:Draft (10/25/2002) of the introduction to the book Advances in Behavioral Economics (Camerer, Loewenstein, Rabin, Editors). Princeton University Press, 2003.
Series Name:Roundtable series in behavioral economics
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