Chapter 1: Are People Self-interested? The Implications of Behavioral Economics on Competition Policy
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1. Are people self-interested? The implications of behavioral economics on competition policy Maurice E. Stucke* 1 INTRODUCTION For 30 years, the neoclassical economic theories associated with the University of Chicago1 have shaped American compet...

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