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Key Takeaways & Analysis of Misbehaving: The Making of Behavioral Economics, by Richard H. Thaler

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Narrated by: Michael Gilboe
Length: 27 mins
Categories: Nonfiction, Economics
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Misbehaving by Richard H. Thaler | Key Takeaways & Analysis

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Misbehaving: The Making of Behavioral Economics is an introduction to behavioral economics and an account of Richard H. Thaler's role in developing and popularizing the field.

The traditional economic theory of the 1970s presumed that people made economic decisions rationally. In this economic vision, rational individuals - or econs, as Thaler calls them - know what they want, and they know how much they value the things they want....

Please note: This is key takeaways and analysis of the book, and not the original book.

Inside this Instaread of Misbehaving:

  • Overview of the book
  • Important people
  • Key takeaways
  • Analysis of key takeaways

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  • Rhys
  • 09-13-19

Listen to the whole book instead

Came up in the Google search and didn't realise it was just a summary. Having listened to this and the full audio book, the real one is far better.