Posted by The Situationist Staff on May 7, 2010
Below the jump you can watch an outstanding and fascinating video episode, “Mind over Money,” by PBS’s NOVA, that asks the question “Can markets be rational when humans aren’t?” and that includes significant segments describing some of the work by Situationist friend Jennifer Lerner.
(We’ve placed the (52 minute) video after the jump because it plays automatically.)
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Posted in Behavioral Economics, Choice Myth, Emotions, Ideology, Neuroeconomics, Neuroscience, Video | Tagged: Behavioral Economics, economics, emotion, Gary Becker, heuristics and biases, irrationality, Jennifer Lerner, law and behavioralism, markets, rational economics, rationality, Richard Thaler | Leave a Comment »