Bringing humanity back into economics: These abstracts explore the emotional, psychological, cultural and social factors that influence individuals’ and organizations’ economic and financial decisions. Learn what nudges, loss aversion, framing, game theory and a host of other aspects are adding to this growing field of study.
CESifo Group Munich, 2021
Princeton UP, 2005
Why So Many COVID Predictions Were Wrong
The eviction tsunami never happened. Neither did the “she-cession.” Here are four theories for the failed economic forecasting of the pandemic era.
The Atlantic, 2022
Stop. Think. Invest.
A Behavioral Finance Framework for Optimizing Investment Portfolios
Public Affairs, 2019
Financial Temptation Increases Civic Honesty
Altruism and self-image, not selfishness, drive surprising findings
How Stories Go Viral and Drive Major Economic Events
Princeton UP, 2019
“Buy and Hold” No More
The Resurgence of Active Trading
Licence to Be Bad
How Economics Corrupted Us
Allen Lane, 2019
Trading by Professional Traders
Federal Reserve Bank of New York, 2020