This book offers not often found true utility. Great introduction to the field of behavioral economics.Outstanding performance.
Concepts are well explained
Not padded out with redundant descriptions
Facts closely support other books and research
Not a problem, but the British narrator's voice seemed to conflict with anecdotes of childhood in U.S.
Well worth the investment
Interesting, but ultimately you get to the "so what?" question and don't have a good answer for it. Not too much the wiser for listening to this.
While certainly clear and easy to follow, the imperial intonation of the narrator Simon Jones is snooty and annoying.
Excellent information that ought to open our eyes to the constant and deliberate manipulation moving us every day. Great tips for parenting, teaching, and selling. I don't agree with all of Ariely's conclusions, and he can be too preachy, but it is all good to know. Great narrator.