Tuesday, March 06, 2018

More books!

Richard Thaler, who has just been awarded the 2017 Nobel Prize for Economic Sciences, is considered one of the founding fathers of behavioral economics. When the University of Chicago professor sat down with MarketWatch to talk about his own research, why humans don’t behave the way economists say they should and his book “Misbehaving,” we asked him for reading recommendations.

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