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If You Are Wondering Why We Haven’t Reached a Point of Autocatalysis Sufficient to Make Up for All the Entrenched Stupidity, Here’s Some New Academic Disciplines Trying to Find the Answer

A long-time friend and colleague valued for many reasons, not the least of which is the expansive range of his scholarly interests, writes:
I often get lost in the soup of new economic titles that try to capture the behavioral side of economics, an area that has languished until recently. Books on neuroeconomics, behavioral economics, [...]