Richard H. Thaler: Easy money or a golden pension? Integrating economics and psychology
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The American economist Richard H. Thaler is a pioneer in behavioural economics, a research field in which insights from psychological research are applied to economic decision-making. A behavioural perspective incorporates more realistic analysis of how people think and behave when making economic decisions, providing new opportunities for designing measures and institutions that increase societal benefit.
Keywords: Behavioral economics (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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