The new edition is informed by feedback from scores of students, instructors, and researchers. It contains entirely new sections – e.g., on overconfidence and projection bias – and a whole new chapter on behavioral welfare economics and libertarian paternalism.
This second edition contains a wealth of new exercises and examples from an even wider range of domains, reflecting the continued uptake of behavioral economics across the disciplines. It comes with a refreshed, clean design and new illustrations.
Meanwhile, the book remains the readable and to-the-point introduction that has already served as the point of entry to serious behavioral economics for literally thousands of students and general readers.
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