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Mind & Society: Cognitive Studies in Economics and Social Sciences

2000 - 2022

Current editor(s): Riccardo Viale

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Volume 18, issue 2, 2019

A behavioral approach to economic analysis pp. 139-142 Downloads
Hugh Schwartz
Architecture of the mind and libertarian paternalism: is the reversibility of system 1 nudges likely to happen? pp. 143-166 Downloads
Riccardo Viale
Implications of smart decision-making and heuristics for production theory and material welfare pp. 167-179 Downloads
Morris Altman
Business education: Does a focus on prosocial values increase students’ pro-social behavior? pp. 181-190 Downloads
Malte Petersen, Monika Keller, Jürgen Weibler and Wasilios Hariskos
Heuristics as tales from the field: the problem of scope pp. 191-205 Downloads
Simone Guercini

Volume 18, issue 1, 2019

Are measures of life satisfaction linked to admiration for celebrities? pp. 1-11 Downloads
Mara S. Aruguete, Ho Huynh, Lynn E. McCutcheon, Blaine L. Browne, Bethany Jurs and Emilia Flint
Brexit behaviourally: lessons learned from the 2016 referendum pp. 13-31 Downloads
Tessa Buchanan
Meta-moral cognition: an introduction pp. 33-42 Downloads
Reena Cheruvalath
Scientific discovery, causal explanation, and process model induction pp. 43-56 Downloads
Pat Langley
The Role of the Brand on Choice Overload pp. 57-76 Downloads
Raffaella Misuraca, Francesco Ceresia, Ursina Teuscher and Palmira Faraci
Inconsistency is not pathological: a pragmatic perspective pp. 77-85 Downloads
Mario J. Rizzo
Is irrational thinking associated with lower earnings and happiness? pp. 87-104 Downloads
Shoko Yamane, Hiroyasu Yoneda and Yoshiro Tsutsui
The quantum-like approach to modeling classical rationality violations: an introduction pp. 105-123 Downloads
Franco Vaio
Rationality in a fatalistic world: explaining revolutionary apathy in pre-Soviet peasants pp. 125-137 Downloads
Jessica Howell, Flagler College and Nikolai G. Wenzel

Volume 17, issue 1, 2018

Nudge of shared information responsibilities: a meso-economic perspective of the Italian consumer credit reform pp. 1-14 Downloads
Umberto Filotto, Caterina Lucarelli and Nicoletta Marinelli
Budging beliefs, nudging behaviour pp. 15-26 Downloads
Oliver Hauser, Francesca Gino and Michael I. Norton
Designing effective nudges that satisfy ethical constraints: the case of environmentally responsible behaviour pp. 27-38 Downloads
Denis Hilton, Nicolas Treich, Gaetan Lazzara and Philippe Tendil
Assessing social care policy through a behavioural lens pp. 39-51 Downloads
Adam Oliver
The normative and descriptive weaknesses of behavioral economics-informed nudge: depowered paternalism and unjustified libertarianism pp. 53-69 Downloads
Riccardo Viale
Identifying bounded rationality with panel data: evidence from the labor markets of Italy and Germany pp. 71-84 Downloads
Bruno Contini and Toralf Pusch
Bounded rationality, scissors, crowbars, and pragmatism: reflections on Herbert Simon pp. 85-96 Downloads
Thomas Nickles
Herbert Simon, innovation, and heuristics pp. 97-109 Downloads
Reza Kheirandish and Shabnam Mousavi

Volume 16, issue 1, 2017

Randomness: off with its heads (and tails) pp. 1-15 Downloads
Aleksandar Aksentijevic
A recap on Italian neurolaw: epistemological and ethical issues pp. 17-35 Downloads
Elisabetta Sirgiovanni, Gilberto Corbellini and Cinzia Caporale
Xenophobia is really that: a (rational) fear of the stranger pp. 37-49 Downloads
Guido Ortona
How reason confronts experience: on naturalist accounts of reason pp. 51-80 Downloads
Sheldon J. Chow
Disability, economic agency, and embodied cognition pp. 81-94 Downloads
Thomas Abrams
Understanding coevolution of mind and society: institutions-as-rules and institutions-as-equilibria pp. 95-112 Downloads
Shinji Teraji
The winner’s curse in auctions with losses pp. 113-126 Downloads
Matteo Migheli

Volume 15, issue 2, 2016

Inference from the best systematization pp. 147-154 Downloads
Nicholas Rescher
Information-driven network analysis: evolving the “complex networks” paradigm pp. 155-167 Downloads
Remo Pareschi and Francesca Arcelli Fontana
Sleep and the management of alertness pp. 169-189 Downloads
Tinna Laufey Ásgeirsdóttir, Sigurður Páll Ólafsson and Gylfi Zoega
Symposium on “Multidimensional subjective well-being” pp. 191-193 Downloads
Riccardo Viale
A preliminary investigation about the relationship between well-being and fertility status in different menstrual cycle phases pp. 195-205 Downloads
Paola Iannello, Daniela Villani and Gaia Bruschi
The meaning of happiness: attention and time perception pp. 207-218 Downloads
Viviana Di Giovinazzo and Marco Novarese
The subjective well-being of women in Europe: children, work and employment protection legislation pp. 219-245 Downloads
Tatiana Karabchuk
Nudge to the future: capitalizing on illusory superiority bias to mitigate temporal discounting pp. 247-264 Downloads
Davide Pietroni and Sibylla Verdi Hughes
Well-being, happiness and the structural crisis of neoliberalism: an interdisciplinary analysis through the lenses of emotions pp. 265-280 Downloads
Marc Pilkington

Volume 15, issue 1, 2016

Wolfram Elsner, Torsten Heinrich, and Henning Schwardt: The microeconomics of complex economies: evolutionary, institutional, neoclassical and complexity perspectives pp. 145-146 Downloads
Marco Novarese

Volume 14, issue 2, 2015

Special issue on “Complexity modeling in social science and economics” pp. 153-154 Downloads
Itzhak Aharon, Sacha Bourgeois-Gironde and Yakir Levin
Network science: a useful tool in economics and finance pp. 155-167 Downloads
Dror Kenett and Shlomo Havlin
Models of complex adaptive systems in strategy and organization research pp. 169-183 Downloads
Oliver Baumann
Emergence, group judgment and the discursive dilemma pp. 185-201 Downloads
Joel Walmsley
Complexity and individual psychology pp. 203-219 Downloads
Yakir Levin and Itzhak Aharon
The emergence of macroscopic regularity pp. 221-244 Downloads
Meir Hemmo and Orly Shenker
Why lay social representations of the economy should count in economics pp. 245-258 Downloads
Elisa Darriet and Sacha Bourgeois-Gironde
A call for complexity: integrated models to solve complex policy problems pp. 259-271 Downloads
Liz Johnson
Contemporary finance as a critical cognitive niche pp. 273-293 Downloads
Tommaso Bertolotti and Lorenzo Magnani

Volume 14, issue 1, 2015

The natural frequency hypothesis and evolutionary arguments pp. 1-19 Downloads
Yuichi Amitani
Conscious belief as constructed memory: an empirical challenge to dispositionalism pp. 21-33 Downloads
Vishnu Sridharan
An explanatory coherence model of decision making in ill-structured problems pp. 35-55 Downloads
M. Frigotto and Alessandro Rossi
On both sides of the fence: perceptions of collective narratives and identity strategies among Palestinians in Israel and in the West Bank pp. 57-83 Downloads
Adi Mana, Shifra Sagy, Anan Srour and Serene Mjally-Knani
Excellence examined pp. 85-97 Downloads
Nicholas Rescher
The challenge of fear to economics pp. 99-106 Downloads
Mario Cedrini and Marco Novarese
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorders, panic attacks, epileptic fits, depressions and dementias from missing out on appropriate fears and hopes pp. 107-127 Downloads
Robin Pope
Fearing fear: gender and economic discourse pp. 129-139 Downloads
Julie Nelson
There is nothing to fear but the amygdala: applying advances in the neuropsychiatry of fear to public policy pp. 141-152 Downloads
Lawrence Amsel, Spencer Harbo and Amitai Halberstam
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