Handbook of Contemporary Behavioral Economics: Foundations and Developments

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780765613028
  • Publisher: Sharpe, M. E. Inc.
  • Publication date: 6/28/2006
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 784
  • Product dimensions: 7.12 (w) x 10.12 (h) x 1.72 (d)

Table of Contents

1 Inside economic man : behavioral economics and consumer behavior 3
2 Physiology and behavioral economics : the new findings from evolutionary neuroscience 24
3 Intuition in behavioral economics 50
4 Introspective economics : broadening psychology's reach 66
5 Integrating emotions into economic theory 78
6 On the economics of subselves : toward a metaeconomics 99
7 What a difference an assumption makes : effort discretion, economic theory, and public policy 125
8 Group selection and behavioral economics 165
9 Beliefs in behavioral and neoclassical economics 183
10 Reclaiming moral sentiments : behavioral economics and the ethical foundations of capitalism 202
11 Bounded rationality : two interpretations from psychology 218
12 Behavioral versus neoclassical economics : paradigm shift or generalization? 237
13 Organizational capital and personal capital : the role of intangible capital formation in the economy 257
14 How to do as well as you can : the psychology of economic behavior and behavioral ecology 277
15 Discounting, self-control, and saving 297
16 Rational choice theory versus cultural theory : on taste and social capital 326
17 Deliberation cost as a foundation for behavioral economics 340
18 In-depth interviews as a means or understanding economic reasoning : decision making as explained by business leaders and business economists 356
19 Classroom experiments in behavioral economics 379
20 A behavioral approach to distribution and bargaining 405
21 The context, or reference, dependence of economic values : further evidence and some predictable patterns 423
22 Experiments and behavioral economics 441
23 Behavioral labor economics 457
24 Hours of labor supply : a more flexible approach 479
25 Chicks, hawks, and patriarchal institutions 499
26 Economic decisions in the private household 517
27 A prolegomenon to behavioral economic studies of suicide 543
28 Rational health-compromising behavior and economic intervention 560
29 Taxation and the contribution of behavioral economics 589
30 Ethical investing : where are we now? 602
31 Tipping in restaurants and around the globe : an interdisciplinary review 626
32 Economic development, equality, income distribution, and ethics 647
33 Insufficient social capital and economic underdevelopment 659
34 Behavioral law and economics : an introduction 671
35 Elements of behavioral monetary economics 689
36 Behavioral finance 706
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