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Clarendon Lectures in Economics 2013: Simple Solutions for Complex Problems in Behavioural Economics - 18-20 November 2013

B. Douglas Bernheim, Edward Ames Edmonds Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, Stanford University

Lecture 1: The Challenges of Behavioural Economics - Monday 18 November, St Cross Building
Lecture 2: Structural Minimalism in Normative Behavioural Economics - Department of Economics, Tuesday 19 November
Lecture 3: Structural Minimalism in Positive Behavioural Economics - Department of Economics, Wednesday 20 November

All lectures will start at 5.30pm

Research in behavioral economics reveals that our choices often depend critically on contextual details that influence how we think about any given set of alternatives. The dominant agenda in behavioral economics seeks to understand the structure of this "context dependence." Achieving that objective has proven to be a major challenge, one that limits our ability to predict choices in as-yet unobs

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