Behavioral Economics and Our Emotional Decision-Making

behavioral economics Economics often depends on people doing logical and rational things with their money so the markets perform in a predictable way. According to the Library of Economics and Liberty, “traditional economics conceptualizes a world populated by calculating, unemotional maximizers…” If only! If you have ever observed a bubble or other consumer behavior, you might wonder about the calculating and unemotional part.

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