Behavioral economics and Social psychology

Daniel Kahneman about Behavioral Economics

If you missed the book “Thinking Fast and Slow” by Daniel Kahneman, and if you are intrigued by the discovery of bridging points between behavioral economics and social psychology you need to take a look at the interview at The Daily Beast. Valuable insight on confidence and overconfidence, and how our human brains’ perceive and categorize behavior of the others, in the business and political enviro
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Irrationality in Health Care

Irrationality in Health Care:

“Irrationality in Health Care: What Behavioral Economics Reveals About What We Do and Why” is the first book that discusses choices and decision making in health care from the perspective of behavioral economics. Despite the book being predominantly focused on US realm development, the same concepts are applicable at the European level. The book provides insights into how health care policymakers, providers, and cons
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