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An Introduction to Behavioral Economics

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An Introduction to Behavioral Economics offers a comprehensive, rigorous, and up-to-date introduction to what is one of the most rapidly advancing areas in economics today. It considers the debates in this exciting field through a cross-disciplinary approach that incorporates insights from economics and other social sciences, as well as evolutionary biology and neuroscienc ...more
Paperback, 592 pages
Published April 15th 2012 by Palgrave Macmillan (first published December 26th 2007)
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Arbraxan
In 'An Introduction to Behavioral Economics' Nick Wilkinson and Matthias Klaes open the door for a student's first steps into behavioral economics, being aimed at 3rd- or 4th-year undergraduate and postgraduate students in economics.

The authors present the principles and methods of behavioral economics in a logical manner and contrast them with those of standard models. However, the exposition could be more didactic: The book contains 32 figures and 29 tables, which is scarce for a book of 500+
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Tom
A great intro to the latest thinking in Behavioural Economics. Has some really nice summaries of some key papers and a decently broad angle - not just EUT violations like a number of texts. But often fails to go past a decent overview, which is a shame. References are useful for exploring further, but rarely gets past an advanced undergraduate level. It'll also date horribly I fear...
Jeffrey
A must-read for all behavioral economics enthusiasts!
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