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Feb 27, 2019
| Human Behavior
To understand behavior and choice, we need to borrow from not just cognitive science but also sociology.
University of Warwick economist Robert Akerlof explains how social interactions, identity, culture, and values underpin a new type of behavioral economics.
Led by Joe Stiglitz and Andrew Michael Spence