Robert Shiller: Economists Need to Take a Closer Look at How People Make Decisions

Decades of economic research have assumed people pursue their goals in a rational manner, discounting the effects of emotion, bias, error, and other irrational forces. Robert Shiller, Arthur M. Okun Professor of Economics at Yale University, argues that economists need to take a closer look at how people make decisions

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