David Kreps: Choice, Dynamic Choice, and Behavioral Economics

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David Kreps: Choice, Dynamic Choice, and Behavioral Economics

An economist explains why “rational choice” is sometimes irrational.

Economist David Kreps argues that traditional economic models of “rational decision making” fail to capture the complexity of how real people make important choices.

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