An Introduction to Behavioral Economics offers a comprehensive, rigorous, and up-to-date introduction to what is one of the most rapidly advancing areas in economics today. It considers the debates in this exciting field through a cross-disciplinary approach that incorporates insights from economics and other social sciences, as well as evolutionary biology and neuroscience.
This edition features:
two completely new chapters, on methodology and beliefs, and heuristics and biases;
fully revised coverage of all aspects of behavioral economics, including expanded material on neuroeconomics, rationality, and behavioral game theory; and
a large number of real-life case studies and examples, as well as review questions