Does behavioural economics pose as many questions as it answers?

Paul Ormerod copyIn Paul Ormerod’s recent article for EA magazine he discusses the merits and pitfalls of behavioural economics. It appears in EA Magazine’s Autumn Edition, a publication by the Institute of Economic Affairs, that is distributed to thousands of students throughout the UK studying either A Level or IB Economics or Business Studies. It features the work of eminent economists from around the world – including Nobel Prize winners and leading experts– and is getting rave reviews from students and teachers alike. Teachers have commented that the magazine provides great stimulus material and they regularly use the articles as the basis for schemes of work.

You can read Paul’s fascinating article Best Behaviour: does behavioural economics pose as many questions as it answers? here. The full Autumn EA edition can be viewed here.

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