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1 INTRODUCTION
2 THE INTELLECTUAL BACKDROP
2.1 Classical and early neoclassical economics
2.2 Postwar neoclassical theory
2.3 Discussion
3 PSYCHOLOGICAL APPROACHES DURING THE LATE NEOCLASSICAL PERIOD
3.1 The institutionalists: Veblen, Mitchell and Clark
3.2 The macroeconomists: Fisher and Keynes
3.3 The outlier: Scitovsky
3.4 The “old” behavioral economics: Simon and Katona
3.5 Discussion
4 THE “NEW” BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS
4.1 Behavioral decision research
4.2 Tversky and Kahneman’s biases and heuristics, prospect theory
4.3 Thaler’s anomalies
4.4 Examples of current research
4.5 Discussion
5 THE METHODS OF BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS
5.1 Hypothetical choices
5.2 Experiments with actual outcomes
5.3 Field research
5.5 Discussion
6 CURRENT DIRECTIONS
6.1 Neuroeconomics
6.2 Affect
6.3 Light paternalism
6.4 Behavioral economic imperialism
6.5 Discussion
7 CONCLUSION
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Published by: Miguel Martin Fernandez on Sep 09, 2011
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