Chapter 2: Rational inefficiency: smart thinking, bounded rationality and the scientific basis for economic failure and success
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2 Rational inefficiency: smart thinking, bounded rationality and the scientific basis for economic failure and success Morris Altman INTRODUCTION The core argument of this chapter is that individuals (economic agents) can behave inefficiently in a...

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