Handbook of Contemporary Behavioral Economics

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Morris Altman
M.E. Sharpe, 2006 - 762 Seiten
 

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INSIDE ECONOMIC MAN Behavioral Economics and Consumer Behavior
3
PHYSIOLOGY AND BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS The New Findings from Evolutionary Neuroscience
24
INTUITION IN BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS
50
INTROSPECTIVE ECONOMICS
66
INTEGRATING EMOTIONS INTO ECONOMIC THEORY
78
ON THE ECONOMICS OF SUBSELVES Toward a Metaeconomics
99
CONTEXT AND MODELING
123
WHAT A DIFFERENCE AN ASSUMPTION MAKES Effort Discretion Economic Theory and Public Policy
125
THE CONTEXT OR REFERENCE DEPENDENCE OF ECONOMIC VALUES Further Evidence and Some Predictable Patterns
423
EXPERIMENTS AND BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS
441
LABORRELATED ISSUES
455
BEHAVIORAL LABOR ECONOMICS
457
HOURS OF LABOR SUPPLY A More Flexible Approach
479
GENDER AND DECISION MAKING
497
CHICKS HAWKS AND PATRIARCHAL INSTITUTIONS
499
ECONOMIC DECISIONS IN THE PRIVATE HOUSEHOLD
517

GROUP SELECTION AND BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS
165
BELIEFS IN BEHAVIORAL AND NEOCLASSICAL ECONOMICS
183
RECLAIMING MORAL SENTIMENTS Behavioral Economics and the Ethical Foundations of Capitalism
202
BOUNDED RATIONALITY Two Interpretations from Psychology
218
BEHAVIORAL VERSUS NEOCLASSICAL ECONOMICS Paradigm Shift or Generalization?
237
ORGANIZATIONAL CAPITAL AND PERSONAL CAPITAL The Role of Intangible Capital Formation in the Economy
257
DECISION MAKING
275
HOW TO DO AS WELL AS YOU CAN The Psychology of Economic Behavior and Behavioral Ecology
277
DISCOUNTING SELFCONTROL AND SAVING
297
RATIONAL CHOICE THEORY VERSUS CULTURAL THEORY On Taste and Social Capital
326
DELIBERATION COST AS A FOUNDATION FOR BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS
340
INDEPTH INTERVIEWS AS A MEANS OF UNDERSTANDING ECONOMIC REASONING Decision Making as Explained by Business Leaders an...
356
EXPERIMENTS AND IMPLICATIONS
377
CLASSROOM EXPERIMENTS IN BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS
379
A BEHAVIORAL APPROACH TO DISTRIBUTION AND BARGAINING
405
LIFE AND DEATH
541
A PROLEGOMENON TO BEHAVIORAL ECONOMIC STUDIES OF SUICIDE
543
RATIONAL HEALTHCOMPROMISING BEHAVIOR AND ECONOMIC INTERVENTION
560
TAXATION AND THE CONTRIBUTION OF BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS
589
ETHICAL INVESTING Where Are We Now?
602
TIPPING IN RESTAURANTS AND AROUND THE GLOBE An Interdisciplinary Review
626
DEVELOPMENT BEHAVIORAL LAW AND MONEY
645
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT EQUALITY INCOME DISTRIBUTION AND ETHICS
647
INSUFFICIENT SOCIAL CAPITAL AND ECONOMIC UNDERDEVELOPMENT
659
BEHAVIORAL LAW AND ECONOMICS An Introduction
671
ELEMENTS OF BEHAVIORAL MONETARY ECONOMICS
689
BEHAVIORAL FINANCE
706
ABOUT THE EDITOR AND CONTRIBUTORS
729
INDEX
739
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Seite 7 - How selfish soever man may be supposed, there are evidently some principles in his nature, which interest him in the fortune of others, and render their happiness necessary to him, though he derives nothing from it except the pleasure of seeing it.
Seite 8 - And hence it is, that to feel much for others, and little for ourselves, that to restrain our selfish, and to indulge our benevolent, affections, constitutes the perfection of human nature; and can alone produce among mankind that harmony of sentiments and passions in which consists their whole grace and propriety.
Seite 8 - In the race for wealth, and honours, and preferments, he may run as hard as he can, and strain every nerve and every muscle, in order to outstrip all his competitors.

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