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The Irrational Economist: Making Decisions in a Dangerous World (edition 2010)

by Erwann Michel-Kerjan, Paul Slovic (Editor)

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Explores how discoveries in decision sciences will enhance traditional ideas about economics and challenges the conventional wisdom about how to make the right decisions.
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Title:The Irrational Economist: Making Decisions in a Dangerous World
Authors:Erwann Michel-Kerjan
Other authors:Paul Slovic (Editor)
Info:PublicAffairs (2010), Hardcover, 336 pages
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