Rational Decision-Making within the Bounds of Reason
Edited by Morris Altman
Chapter 31: Rational choice in public and private spheres
31 Rational choice in public and private spheres Herbert Gintis 1 INTRODUCTION Behavioral economics has doubtless been one of the most important innovations in economic theory ever. One strand of this theory, however, has gone seriously beyond the...
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