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Introduction to Behavioral Economics
Behavioral economics is, in a way, at the intersection of economics and psychology. On one hand, traditional economic theory assumes that people are perfectly ...
Fields of Economics and Economics Careers - About.com
This category gives an overview of a number of subfields within economics and discusses some careers one can ... Behavioral Economics (7); Game Theory (1).
Basic Assumptions of Economics - Preferences & Resources
This article discusses the basic assumptions of any Economics 101 or ' Economics ... What Are The Underlying Behavioral Assumptions of Economics? By Mike ...
Economist Dan Ariely - Economics - About.com
Dan Ariely is a professor of economics at Duke University. Professor Ariely specializes in the field of behavioral economics. You can see Professor Ariely's web ...
The Decoy Effect in Price Tables Paul Olyslager
Dan Ariely, an Israeli American professor of psychology and behavioral economics and author of “Predictably Irrational“, tested this phenomenon with his MIT ...
behavioral research - Market Research - About.com
Also Known As: behavioral economics. Alternate Spellings: behavior research. Common Misspellings: behavioural. Examples: In Models of Man, Herbert Simon  ...
Behavioral Finance - The Psychology Behind Investing
Also known as behavioral economics, it is the psychological study of what drives investor behavior and ultimately moves financial markets. It is a field that ...
Miscellaneous Topics in Economics
General Economics. This section contains articles on economics in general. ... Economics. This section covers topics within the field of behavioral economics.
Rational Economic Valuation - Economics - About.com
Behavioral economists first demonstrated this phenomenon by conducting an experiment using coffee mugs and Cornell University students. In this experiment  ...
The Decoy Effect: One Pricing Strategy You Don't Want to Overlook
Jan 14, 2014 ... The “Decoy Effect,” also known as asymmetric dominance, has been around in the behavioral economic literature for a long time, but really ...
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