Don’t misbehave. Prompt the real decision

Richard Thaler was in London this month discussing his new book Misbehaving. It chronicles the development of Behavioural Economics, how this challenged established rational models of economics and the growing practical application by governments globally. (Most notably the UK Behavioural Insights Team which Thaler has supported). It was Thaler’s response to one of the final... Continue Reading →

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