The Psychology of Economic Decisions, Volume 1
Oxford University Press, 2003 - Business & Economics - 322 pages
A collection of carefully selected contributions to behavioral economics from some of the leading international scholars in the field. Designed to fully complement Volume One, topics covered include preferences, behavioral game theory, motivated mental states and emotions and decision making.
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