Misbehaving: The Making of Behavioral Economics

Misbehaving: The Making of Behavioral Economics

Nobel laureate Richard H. Thaler has spent his career studying the radical notion that the central agents in the economy are humans?predictable, error-prone individuals. Misbehaving is his arresting, frequently hilarious account of the struggle to bring an academic discipline back down to earth?and change the way we think about economics, ourselves, and our world. Tradition Nobel laureate Richard H. Thaler has spent his career studying the radical notion that the central agents in the ...

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Title:Misbehaving: The Making of Behavioral Economics
Author:Richard H. Thaler
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Number of Pages:432 pages pages

Misbehaving: The Making of Behavioral Economics Reviews

  • David
    Dec 31, 2017

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

    What is the value of 'Misbehaving' after 'Nudge' and 'Thinking Fast and Slow'? After all, 'Thinking' told us the discovery process by behavior science demigod. 'Nudge' explained how to apply behavior science to practical policy-making. 'Misbehaving' has its value independent from '...

    This book is by Richard Thaler, one of the founders of the field of behavioral economics. When he first started getting into this field, he faced mountainous obstacles, mostly from his fellow economists. For many years, he collaborated with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who are fam...

  • Sepideh
    Apr 29, 2018

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

    What is the value of 'Misbehaving' after 'Nudge' and 'Thinking Fast and Slow'? After all, 'Thinking' told us the discovery process by behavior science demigod. 'Nudge' explained how to apply behavior science to practical policy-making. 'Misbehaving' has its value independent from '...

    This book is by Richard Thaler, one of the founders of the field of behavioral economics. When he first started getting into this field, he faced mountainous obstacles, mostly from his fellow economists. For many years, he collaborated with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who are fam...

    First book I've returned to Audible (and Audible makes that astonishingly easy. not that I expect to need to do it often, but, my gosh, just a click and they send me back my money. impressive). As my three star rating indicates, this is not a Bad book at all. I listened to it for a...

    For someone without any background in economics before, this book is an eye-opener. It gives me many tools that I'm sure I can effectively use to argue with my friends in the future. It's also an easy read. Richard has many interesting stories to tell, each with many lessons to learn f...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. I wrote a brief article about how college doesn't teach you anything, and to my horror I realized that I already learned most of what this book has to say. For someone without any background in behavioral economics, I recommend reading this in con...

    It was once a cliche that economics theory dealt only with completely rational human beings, under the principle that this was the only way to develop workable models. Even though classical economists, from Smith to Keynes, had acknowledged that human behavior often deviated from the r...

    Yup - this is now (officially) the memoir/autobiography of the 2017 Nobel Prize Winner..... This was a lot of fun, but it is what it is. It's a career academic writing about his professional journey - basically the story of the evolution of his successful, productive, and (arguabl...

    This was a really fun read. It gives kind of a behind the scenes look at how the field came about from one of the most prominent creators of the field. ...

    ???? ?????? ??? ???? ???????? ??????? Behavioural Economics ?? ??????? ???? ?? ???? ??? ???? ?????. ???? ?????? ??? ?? ???? ??? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ????? ?????? ????...

    I enjoyed Thaler's ironic writing style in Misbehaving, his autobiographical history of the field of behavioral economics. Full disclosure: I didn't have a class with Thaler, but I attended the same University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, n/k/a Booth. I knew of him by reputa...

    A lot of books in my kindle collection were free downloads from a while back, which would cost anywhere from 0.99$ to 3.99$ if I were to buy them now. I also bought a few books for 0.99$. I recently went through my collection and books that no longer interest me, some of which I have n...

    I had to take this book back to the library today, so I don't have any of the funny stories from it to relate here (what? I should've taken notes?), but there were quite a few. Mr. Thaler might be lazy, but he's also a pretty good story-teller. However, what I really got out of this...

    ??? ?????? ????? ?? ????? ??? ???????? ??????? behavioral economics ????? ?? ???? ???????? ???? ??????? ????????. ??????? ???? ????? ??????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    This is a book about behavioral economics/finance as well about people doing it. Good overview of the field evolution from the inside. ...

    By Edward Chancellor The economics profession has been in the doldrums of late ? its leading practitioners failed to anticipate the financial tsunami that crashed over the global economy a few years back. Economists were out of touch - lost in their complex mathematical models tha...

    This was one of the best books on economics that I have read in a long time. It discusses the creation of evidence-based economics that work in a world of Humans as opposed to a world of Econs, humans that behave optimally ignoring numerous supposedly irrelevant factors. In this boo...

  • Karlyne Landrum
    Jun 24, 2015

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

    What is the value of 'Misbehaving' after 'Nudge' and 'Thinking Fast and Slow'? After all, 'Thinking' told us the discovery process by behavior science demigod. 'Nudge' explained how to apply behavior science to practical policy-making. 'Misbehaving' has its value independent from '...

    This book is by Richard Thaler, one of the founders of the field of behavioral economics. When he first started getting into this field, he faced mountainous obstacles, mostly from his fellow economists. For many years, he collaborated with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who are fam...

    First book I've returned to Audible (and Audible makes that astonishingly easy. not that I expect to need to do it often, but, my gosh, just a click and they send me back my money. impressive). As my three star rating indicates, this is not a Bad book at all. I listened to it for a...

    For someone without any background in economics before, this book is an eye-opener. It gives me many tools that I'm sure I can effectively use to argue with my friends in the future. It's also an easy read. Richard has many interesting stories to tell, each with many lessons to learn f...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. I wrote a brief article about how college doesn't teach you anything, and to my horror I realized that I already learned most of what this book has to say. For someone without any background in behavioral economics, I recommend reading this in con...

    It was once a cliche that economics theory dealt only with completely rational human beings, under the principle that this was the only way to develop workable models. Even though classical economists, from Smith to Keynes, had acknowledged that human behavior often deviated from the r...

    Yup - this is now (officially) the memoir/autobiography of the 2017 Nobel Prize Winner..... This was a lot of fun, but it is what it is. It's a career academic writing about his professional journey - basically the story of the evolution of his successful, productive, and (arguabl...

    This was a really fun read. It gives kind of a behind the scenes look at how the field came about from one of the most prominent creators of the field. ...

    ???? ?????? ??? ???? ???????? ??????? Behavioural Economics ?? ??????? ???? ?? ???? ??? ???? ?????. ???? ?????? ??? ?? ???? ??? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ????? ?????? ????...

    I enjoyed Thaler's ironic writing style in Misbehaving, his autobiographical history of the field of behavioral economics. Full disclosure: I didn't have a class with Thaler, but I attended the same University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, n/k/a Booth. I knew of him by reputa...

    A lot of books in my kindle collection were free downloads from a while back, which would cost anywhere from 0.99$ to 3.99$ if I were to buy them now. I also bought a few books for 0.99$. I recently went through my collection and books that no longer interest me, some of which I have n...

    I had to take this book back to the library today, so I don't have any of the funny stories from it to relate here (what? I should've taken notes?), but there were quite a few. Mr. Thaler might be lazy, but he's also a pretty good story-teller. However, what I really got out of this...

  • Steve
    May 01, 2016

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

    What is the value of 'Misbehaving' after 'Nudge' and 'Thinking Fast and Slow'? After all, 'Thinking' told us the discovery process by behavior science demigod. 'Nudge' explained how to apply behavior science to practical policy-making. 'Misbehaving' has its value independent from '...

    This book is by Richard Thaler, one of the founders of the field of behavioral economics. When he first started getting into this field, he faced mountainous obstacles, mostly from his fellow economists. For many years, he collaborated with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who are fam...

    First book I've returned to Audible (and Audible makes that astonishingly easy. not that I expect to need to do it often, but, my gosh, just a click and they send me back my money. impressive). As my three star rating indicates, this is not a Bad book at all. I listened to it for a...

    For someone without any background in economics before, this book is an eye-opener. It gives me many tools that I'm sure I can effectively use to argue with my friends in the future. It's also an easy read. Richard has many interesting stories to tell, each with many lessons to learn f...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. I wrote a brief article about how college doesn't teach you anything, and to my horror I realized that I already learned most of what this book has to say. For someone without any background in behavioral economics, I recommend reading this in con...

    It was once a cliche that economics theory dealt only with completely rational human beings, under the principle that this was the only way to develop workable models. Even though classical economists, from Smith to Keynes, had acknowledged that human behavior often deviated from the r...

    Yup - this is now (officially) the memoir/autobiography of the 2017 Nobel Prize Winner..... This was a lot of fun, but it is what it is. It's a career academic writing about his professional journey - basically the story of the evolution of his successful, productive, and (arguabl...

  • Deserthomemaker
    Apr 10, 2018

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

    What is the value of 'Misbehaving' after 'Nudge' and 'Thinking Fast and Slow'? After all, 'Thinking' told us the discovery process by behavior science demigod. 'Nudge' explained how to apply behavior science to practical policy-making. 'Misbehaving' has its value independent from '...

    This book is by Richard Thaler, one of the founders of the field of behavioral economics. When he first started getting into this field, he faced mountainous obstacles, mostly from his fellow economists. For many years, he collaborated with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who are fam...

    First book I've returned to Audible (and Audible makes that astonishingly easy. not that I expect to need to do it often, but, my gosh, just a click and they send me back my money. impressive). As my three star rating indicates, this is not a Bad book at all. I listened to it for a...

    For someone without any background in economics before, this book is an eye-opener. It gives me many tools that I'm sure I can effectively use to argue with my friends in the future. It's also an easy read. Richard has many interesting stories to tell, each with many lessons to learn f...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. I wrote a brief article about how college doesn't teach you anything, and to my horror I realized that I already learned most of what this book has to say. For someone without any background in behavioral economics, I recommend reading this in con...

    It was once a cliche that economics theory dealt only with completely rational human beings, under the principle that this was the only way to develop workable models. Even though classical economists, from Smith to Keynes, had acknowledged that human behavior often deviated from the r...

    Yup - this is now (officially) the memoir/autobiography of the 2017 Nobel Prize Winner..... This was a lot of fun, but it is what it is. It's a career academic writing about his professional journey - basically the story of the evolution of his successful, productive, and (arguabl...

    This was a really fun read. It gives kind of a behind the scenes look at how the field came about from one of the most prominent creators of the field. ...

    ???? ?????? ??? ???? ???????? ??????? Behavioural Economics ?? ??????? ???? ?? ???? ??? ???? ?????. ???? ?????? ??? ?? ???? ??? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ????? ?????? ????...

    I enjoyed Thaler's ironic writing style in Misbehaving, his autobiographical history of the field of behavioral economics. Full disclosure: I didn't have a class with Thaler, but I attended the same University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, n/k/a Booth. I knew of him by reputa...

    A lot of books in my kindle collection were free downloads from a while back, which would cost anywhere from 0.99$ to 3.99$ if I were to buy them now. I also bought a few books for 0.99$. I recently went through my collection and books that no longer interest me, some of which I have n...

    I had to take this book back to the library today, so I don't have any of the funny stories from it to relate here (what? I should've taken notes?), but there were quite a few. Mr. Thaler might be lazy, but he's also a pretty good story-teller. However, what I really got out of this...

    ??? ?????? ????? ?? ????? ??? ???????? ??????? behavioral economics ????? ?? ???? ???????? ???? ??????? ????????. ??????? ???? ????? ??????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    This is a book about behavioral economics/finance as well about people doing it. Good overview of the field evolution from the inside. ...

    By Edward Chancellor The economics profession has been in the doldrums of late ? its leading practitioners failed to anticipate the financial tsunami that crashed over the global economy a few years back. Economists were out of touch - lost in their complex mathematical models tha...

    This was one of the best books on economics that I have read in a long time. It discusses the creation of evidence-based economics that work in a world of Humans as opposed to a world of Econs, humans that behave optimally ignoring numerous supposedly irrelevant factors. In this boo...

    The most recommended and must-not-missed book for people who interested in behavioral economics. The way professor Thaler unfold the theory is like his personal career journal. His writing style is super easy to read (except some part about finance and fund investment). I am very ex...

    I really liked this book (as I was expecting!). Thaler's writing is funny, simple and entertaining. I do like authors that while they're sharing knowledge, they are also making us laugh. I really liked to see this side of behavioural economics. And... even though I already wanted to ...

    Good enough for a 4 star rating. Some interesting results and good food for thought. A lot of it had previously been covered already by books like Nudge, Blink, The Tipping Point, etc. The last few chapters were unnecessary and I should have skipped them. ...

    I was terrible at econ, so I don't know why I keep reading books on the subject. Guess I must find them really fascinating! There were a lot of interesting points in Richard Thaler's journey to basically create behavioral economics. Mainly that people in the real world don't make d...

    If you?re a fan of economics, especially behavioral economics, this book is for you. Even if you?re not, you will probably still find this book interesting and readable. ...

  • Filipa
    Mar 28, 2017

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

    What is the value of 'Misbehaving' after 'Nudge' and 'Thinking Fast and Slow'? After all, 'Thinking' told us the discovery process by behavior science demigod. 'Nudge' explained how to apply behavior science to practical policy-making. 'Misbehaving' has its value independent from '...

    This book is by Richard Thaler, one of the founders of the field of behavioral economics. When he first started getting into this field, he faced mountainous obstacles, mostly from his fellow economists. For many years, he collaborated with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who are fam...

    First book I've returned to Audible (and Audible makes that astonishingly easy. not that I expect to need to do it often, but, my gosh, just a click and they send me back my money. impressive). As my three star rating indicates, this is not a Bad book at all. I listened to it for a...

    For someone without any background in economics before, this book is an eye-opener. It gives me many tools that I'm sure I can effectively use to argue with my friends in the future. It's also an easy read. Richard has many interesting stories to tell, each with many lessons to learn f...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. I wrote a brief article about how college doesn't teach you anything, and to my horror I realized that I already learned most of what this book has to say. For someone without any background in behavioral economics, I recommend reading this in con...

    It was once a cliche that economics theory dealt only with completely rational human beings, under the principle that this was the only way to develop workable models. Even though classical economists, from Smith to Keynes, had acknowledged that human behavior often deviated from the r...

    Yup - this is now (officially) the memoir/autobiography of the 2017 Nobel Prize Winner..... This was a lot of fun, but it is what it is. It's a career academic writing about his professional journey - basically the story of the evolution of his successful, productive, and (arguabl...

    This was a really fun read. It gives kind of a behind the scenes look at how the field came about from one of the most prominent creators of the field. ...

    ???? ?????? ??? ???? ???????? ??????? Behavioural Economics ?? ??????? ???? ?? ???? ??? ???? ?????. ???? ?????? ??? ?? ???? ??? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ????? ?????? ????...

    I enjoyed Thaler's ironic writing style in Misbehaving, his autobiographical history of the field of behavioral economics. Full disclosure: I didn't have a class with Thaler, but I attended the same University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, n/k/a Booth. I knew of him by reputa...

    A lot of books in my kindle collection were free downloads from a while back, which would cost anywhere from 0.99$ to 3.99$ if I were to buy them now. I also bought a few books for 0.99$. I recently went through my collection and books that no longer interest me, some of which I have n...

    I had to take this book back to the library today, so I don't have any of the funny stories from it to relate here (what? I should've taken notes?), but there were quite a few. Mr. Thaler might be lazy, but he's also a pretty good story-teller. However, what I really got out of this...

    ??? ?????? ????? ?? ????? ??? ???????? ??????? behavioral economics ????? ?? ???? ???????? ???? ??????? ????????. ??????? ???? ????? ??????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    This is a book about behavioral economics/finance as well about people doing it. Good overview of the field evolution from the inside. ...

    By Edward Chancellor The economics profession has been in the doldrums of late ? its leading practitioners failed to anticipate the financial tsunami that crashed over the global economy a few years back. Economists were out of touch - lost in their complex mathematical models tha...

    This was one of the best books on economics that I have read in a long time. It discusses the creation of evidence-based economics that work in a world of Humans as opposed to a world of Econs, humans that behave optimally ignoring numerous supposedly irrelevant factors. In this boo...

    The most recommended and must-not-missed book for people who interested in behavioral economics. The way professor Thaler unfold the theory is like his personal career journal. His writing style is super easy to read (except some part about finance and fund investment). I am very ex...

    I really liked this book (as I was expecting!). Thaler's writing is funny, simple and entertaining. I do like authors that while they're sharing knowledge, they are also making us laugh. I really liked to see this side of behavioural economics. And... even though I already wanted to ...

  • د.أمجد الجنباز
    Apr 26, 2017

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

    What is the value of 'Misbehaving' after 'Nudge' and 'Thinking Fast and Slow'? After all, 'Thinking' told us the discovery process by behavior science demigod. 'Nudge' explained how to apply behavior science to practical policy-making. 'Misbehaving' has its value independent from '...

    This book is by Richard Thaler, one of the founders of the field of behavioral economics. When he first started getting into this field, he faced mountainous obstacles, mostly from his fellow economists. For many years, he collaborated with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who are fam...

    First book I've returned to Audible (and Audible makes that astonishingly easy. not that I expect to need to do it often, but, my gosh, just a click and they send me back my money. impressive). As my three star rating indicates, this is not a Bad book at all. I listened to it for a...

    For someone without any background in economics before, this book is an eye-opener. It gives me many tools that I'm sure I can effectively use to argue with my friends in the future. It's also an easy read. Richard has many interesting stories to tell, each with many lessons to learn f...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. I wrote a brief article about how college doesn't teach you anything, and to my horror I realized that I already learned most of what this book has to say. For someone without any background in behavioral economics, I recommend reading this in con...

    It was once a cliche that economics theory dealt only with completely rational human beings, under the principle that this was the only way to develop workable models. Even though classical economists, from Smith to Keynes, had acknowledged that human behavior often deviated from the r...

    Yup - this is now (officially) the memoir/autobiography of the 2017 Nobel Prize Winner..... This was a lot of fun, but it is what it is. It's a career academic writing about his professional journey - basically the story of the evolution of his successful, productive, and (arguabl...

    This was a really fun read. It gives kind of a behind the scenes look at how the field came about from one of the most prominent creators of the field. ...

    ???? ?????? ??? ???? ???????? ??????? Behavioural Economics ?? ??????? ???? ?? ???? ??? ???? ?????. ???? ?????? ??? ?? ???? ??? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ????? ?????? ????...

  • Melora
    Dec 02, 2015

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

    What is the value of 'Misbehaving' after 'Nudge' and 'Thinking Fast and Slow'? After all, 'Thinking' told us the discovery process by behavior science demigod. 'Nudge' explained how to apply behavior science to practical policy-making. 'Misbehaving' has its value independent from '...

    This book is by Richard Thaler, one of the founders of the field of behavioral economics. When he first started getting into this field, he faced mountainous obstacles, mostly from his fellow economists. For many years, he collaborated with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who are fam...

    First book I've returned to Audible (and Audible makes that astonishingly easy. not that I expect to need to do it often, but, my gosh, just a click and they send me back my money. impressive). As my three star rating indicates, this is not a Bad book at all. I listened to it for a...

  • Simon Howard
    Dec 04, 2017

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

    What is the value of 'Misbehaving' after 'Nudge' and 'Thinking Fast and Slow'? After all, 'Thinking' told us the discovery process by behavior science demigod. 'Nudge' explained how to apply behavior science to practical policy-making. 'Misbehaving' has its value independent from '...

    This book is by Richard Thaler, one of the founders of the field of behavioral economics. When he first started getting into this field, he faced mountainous obstacles, mostly from his fellow economists. For many years, he collaborated with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who are fam...

    First book I've returned to Audible (and Audible makes that astonishingly easy. not that I expect to need to do it often, but, my gosh, just a click and they send me back my money. impressive). As my three star rating indicates, this is not a Bad book at all. I listened to it for a...

    For someone without any background in economics before, this book is an eye-opener. It gives me many tools that I'm sure I can effectively use to argue with my friends in the future. It's also an easy read. Richard has many interesting stories to tell, each with many lessons to learn f...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. I wrote a brief article about how college doesn't teach you anything, and to my horror I realized that I already learned most of what this book has to say. For someone without any background in behavioral economics, I recommend reading this in con...

    It was once a cliche that economics theory dealt only with completely rational human beings, under the principle that this was the only way to develop workable models. Even though classical economists, from Smith to Keynes, had acknowledged that human behavior often deviated from the r...

    Yup - this is now (officially) the memoir/autobiography of the 2017 Nobel Prize Winner..... This was a lot of fun, but it is what it is. It's a career academic writing about his professional journey - basically the story of the evolution of his successful, productive, and (arguabl...

    This was a really fun read. It gives kind of a behind the scenes look at how the field came about from one of the most prominent creators of the field. ...

    ???? ?????? ??? ???? ???????? ??????? Behavioural Economics ?? ??????? ???? ?? ???? ??? ???? ?????. ???? ?????? ??? ?? ???? ??? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ????? ?????? ????...

    I enjoyed Thaler's ironic writing style in Misbehaving, his autobiographical history of the field of behavioral economics. Full disclosure: I didn't have a class with Thaler, but I attended the same University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, n/k/a Booth. I knew of him by reputa...

    A lot of books in my kindle collection were free downloads from a while back, which would cost anywhere from 0.99$ to 3.99$ if I were to buy them now. I also bought a few books for 0.99$. I recently went through my collection and books that no longer interest me, some of which I have n...

    I had to take this book back to the library today, so I don't have any of the funny stories from it to relate here (what? I should've taken notes?), but there were quite a few. Mr. Thaler might be lazy, but he's also a pretty good story-teller. However, what I really got out of this...

    ??? ?????? ????? ?? ????? ??? ???????? ??????? behavioral economics ????? ?? ???? ???????? ???? ??????? ????????. ??????? ???? ????? ??????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    This is a book about behavioral economics/finance as well about people doing it. Good overview of the field evolution from the inside. ...

    By Edward Chancellor The economics profession has been in the doldrums of late ? its leading practitioners failed to anticipate the financial tsunami that crashed over the global economy a few years back. Economists were out of touch - lost in their complex mathematical models tha...

    This was one of the best books on economics that I have read in a long time. It discusses the creation of evidence-based economics that work in a world of Humans as opposed to a world of Econs, humans that behave optimally ignoring numerous supposedly irrelevant factors. In this boo...

    The most recommended and must-not-missed book for people who interested in behavioral economics. The way professor Thaler unfold the theory is like his personal career journal. His writing style is super easy to read (except some part about finance and fund investment). I am very ex...

    I really liked this book (as I was expecting!). Thaler's writing is funny, simple and entertaining. I do like authors that while they're sharing knowledge, they are also making us laugh. I really liked to see this side of behavioural economics. And... even though I already wanted to ...

    Good enough for a 4 star rating. Some interesting results and good food for thought. A lot of it had previously been covered already by books like Nudge, Blink, The Tipping Point, etc. The last few chapters were unnecessary and I should have skipped them. ...

    I was terrible at econ, so I don't know why I keep reading books on the subject. Guess I must find them really fascinating! There were a lot of interesting points in Richard Thaler's journey to basically create behavioral economics. Mainly that people in the real world don't make d...

    If you?re a fan of economics, especially behavioral economics, this book is for you. Even if you?re not, you will probably still find this book interesting and readable. ...

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    This is Thaler's professional autobiography, and I found it thrilling - a real page-turner. It talks though how Thaler and colleagues changed the 'standard' view of economics. It begins with Thaler's early career insights, where he realised there was something 'not quite right' wit...

  • Caroline
    Apr 09, 2016

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

  • Vincent Li
    Jul 24, 2015

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

    What is the value of 'Misbehaving' after 'Nudge' and 'Thinking Fast and Slow'? After all, 'Thinking' told us the discovery process by behavior science demigod. 'Nudge' explained how to apply behavior science to practical policy-making. 'Misbehaving' has its value independent from '...

    This book is by Richard Thaler, one of the founders of the field of behavioral economics. When he first started getting into this field, he faced mountainous obstacles, mostly from his fellow economists. For many years, he collaborated with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who are fam...

    First book I've returned to Audible (and Audible makes that astonishingly easy. not that I expect to need to do it often, but, my gosh, just a click and they send me back my money. impressive). As my three star rating indicates, this is not a Bad book at all. I listened to it for a...

    For someone without any background in economics before, this book is an eye-opener. It gives me many tools that I'm sure I can effectively use to argue with my friends in the future. It's also an easy read. Richard has many interesting stories to tell, each with many lessons to learn f...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. I wrote a brief article about how college doesn't teach you anything, and to my horror I realized that I already learned most of what this book has to say. For someone without any background in behavioral economics, I recommend reading this in con...

  • Fayla
    Jan 21, 2018

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

    What is the value of 'Misbehaving' after 'Nudge' and 'Thinking Fast and Slow'? After all, 'Thinking' told us the discovery process by behavior science demigod. 'Nudge' explained how to apply behavior science to practical policy-making. 'Misbehaving' has its value independent from '...

    This book is by Richard Thaler, one of the founders of the field of behavioral economics. When he first started getting into this field, he faced mountainous obstacles, mostly from his fellow economists. For many years, he collaborated with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who are fam...

    First book I've returned to Audible (and Audible makes that astonishingly easy. not that I expect to need to do it often, but, my gosh, just a click and they send me back my money. impressive). As my three star rating indicates, this is not a Bad book at all. I listened to it for a...

    For someone without any background in economics before, this book is an eye-opener. It gives me many tools that I'm sure I can effectively use to argue with my friends in the future. It's also an easy read. Richard has many interesting stories to tell, each with many lessons to learn f...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. I wrote a brief article about how college doesn't teach you anything, and to my horror I realized that I already learned most of what this book has to say. For someone without any background in behavioral economics, I recommend reading this in con...

    It was once a cliche that economics theory dealt only with completely rational human beings, under the principle that this was the only way to develop workable models. Even though classical economists, from Smith to Keynes, had acknowledged that human behavior often deviated from the r...

    Yup - this is now (officially) the memoir/autobiography of the 2017 Nobel Prize Winner..... This was a lot of fun, but it is what it is. It's a career academic writing about his professional journey - basically the story of the evolution of his successful, productive, and (arguabl...

    This was a really fun read. It gives kind of a behind the scenes look at how the field came about from one of the most prominent creators of the field. ...

    ???? ?????? ??? ???? ???????? ??????? Behavioural Economics ?? ??????? ???? ?? ???? ??? ???? ?????. ???? ?????? ??? ?? ???? ??? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ????? ?????? ????...

    I enjoyed Thaler's ironic writing style in Misbehaving, his autobiographical history of the field of behavioral economics. Full disclosure: I didn't have a class with Thaler, but I attended the same University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, n/k/a Booth. I knew of him by reputa...

    A lot of books in my kindle collection were free downloads from a while back, which would cost anywhere from 0.99$ to 3.99$ if I were to buy them now. I also bought a few books for 0.99$. I recently went through my collection and books that no longer interest me, some of which I have n...

    I had to take this book back to the library today, so I don't have any of the funny stories from it to relate here (what? I should've taken notes?), but there were quite a few. Mr. Thaler might be lazy, but he's also a pretty good story-teller. However, what I really got out of this...

    ??? ?????? ????? ?? ????? ??? ???????? ??????? behavioral economics ????? ?? ???? ???????? ???? ??????? ????????. ??????? ???? ????? ??????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    This is a book about behavioral economics/finance as well about people doing it. Good overview of the field evolution from the inside. ...

    By Edward Chancellor The economics profession has been in the doldrums of late ? its leading practitioners failed to anticipate the financial tsunami that crashed over the global economy a few years back. Economists were out of touch - lost in their complex mathematical models tha...

    This was one of the best books on economics that I have read in a long time. It discusses the creation of evidence-based economics that work in a world of Humans as opposed to a world of Econs, humans that behave optimally ignoring numerous supposedly irrelevant factors. In this boo...

    The most recommended and must-not-missed book for people who interested in behavioral economics. The way professor Thaler unfold the theory is like his personal career journal. His writing style is super easy to read (except some part about finance and fund investment). I am very ex...

    I really liked this book (as I was expecting!). Thaler's writing is funny, simple and entertaining. I do like authors that while they're sharing knowledge, they are also making us laugh. I really liked to see this side of behavioural economics. And... even though I already wanted to ...

    Good enough for a 4 star rating. Some interesting results and good food for thought. A lot of it had previously been covered already by books like Nudge, Blink, The Tipping Point, etc. The last few chapters were unnecessary and I should have skipped them. ...

    I was terrible at econ, so I don't know why I keep reading books on the subject. Guess I must find them really fascinating! There were a lot of interesting points in Richard Thaler's journey to basically create behavioral economics. Mainly that people in the real world don't make d...

  • Samridhi Khurana
    Oct 22, 2017

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

    What is the value of 'Misbehaving' after 'Nudge' and 'Thinking Fast and Slow'? After all, 'Thinking' told us the discovery process by behavior science demigod. 'Nudge' explained how to apply behavior science to practical policy-making. 'Misbehaving' has its value independent from '...

    This book is by Richard Thaler, one of the founders of the field of behavioral economics. When he first started getting into this field, he faced mountainous obstacles, mostly from his fellow economists. For many years, he collaborated with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who are fam...

    First book I've returned to Audible (and Audible makes that astonishingly easy. not that I expect to need to do it often, but, my gosh, just a click and they send me back my money. impressive). As my three star rating indicates, this is not a Bad book at all. I listened to it for a...

    For someone without any background in economics before, this book is an eye-opener. It gives me many tools that I'm sure I can effectively use to argue with my friends in the future. It's also an easy read. Richard has many interesting stories to tell, each with many lessons to learn f...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. I wrote a brief article about how college doesn't teach you anything, and to my horror I realized that I already learned most of what this book has to say. For someone without any background in behavioral economics, I recommend reading this in con...

    It was once a cliche that economics theory dealt only with completely rational human beings, under the principle that this was the only way to develop workable models. Even though classical economists, from Smith to Keynes, had acknowledged that human behavior often deviated from the r...

    Yup - this is now (officially) the memoir/autobiography of the 2017 Nobel Prize Winner..... This was a lot of fun, but it is what it is. It's a career academic writing about his professional journey - basically the story of the evolution of his successful, productive, and (arguabl...

    This was a really fun read. It gives kind of a behind the scenes look at how the field came about from one of the most prominent creators of the field. ...

    ???? ?????? ??? ???? ???????? ??????? Behavioural Economics ?? ??????? ???? ?? ???? ??? ???? ?????. ???? ?????? ??? ?? ???? ??? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ????? ?????? ????...

    I enjoyed Thaler's ironic writing style in Misbehaving, his autobiographical history of the field of behavioral economics. Full disclosure: I didn't have a class with Thaler, but I attended the same University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, n/k/a Booth. I knew of him by reputa...

    A lot of books in my kindle collection were free downloads from a while back, which would cost anywhere from 0.99$ to 3.99$ if I were to buy them now. I also bought a few books for 0.99$. I recently went through my collection and books that no longer interest me, some of which I have n...

    I had to take this book back to the library today, so I don't have any of the funny stories from it to relate here (what? I should've taken notes?), but there were quite a few. Mr. Thaler might be lazy, but he's also a pretty good story-teller. However, what I really got out of this...

    ??? ?????? ????? ?? ????? ??? ???????? ??????? behavioral economics ????? ?? ???? ???????? ???? ??????? ????????. ??????? ???? ????? ??????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    This is a book about behavioral economics/finance as well about people doing it. Good overview of the field evolution from the inside. ...

    By Edward Chancellor The economics profession has been in the doldrums of late ? its leading practitioners failed to anticipate the financial tsunami that crashed over the global economy a few years back. Economists were out of touch - lost in their complex mathematical models tha...

    This was one of the best books on economics that I have read in a long time. It discusses the creation of evidence-based economics that work in a world of Humans as opposed to a world of Econs, humans that behave optimally ignoring numerous supposedly irrelevant factors. In this boo...

    The most recommended and must-not-missed book for people who interested in behavioral economics. The way professor Thaler unfold the theory is like his personal career journal. His writing style is super easy to read (except some part about finance and fund investment). I am very ex...

    I really liked this book (as I was expecting!). Thaler's writing is funny, simple and entertaining. I do like authors that while they're sharing knowledge, they are also making us laugh. I really liked to see this side of behavioural economics. And... even though I already wanted to ...

    Good enough for a 4 star rating. Some interesting results and good food for thought. A lot of it had previously been covered already by books like Nudge, Blink, The Tipping Point, etc. The last few chapters were unnecessary and I should have skipped them. ...

    I was terrible at econ, so I don't know why I keep reading books on the subject. Guess I must find them really fascinating! There were a lot of interesting points in Richard Thaler's journey to basically create behavioral economics. Mainly that people in the real world don't make d...

    If you?re a fan of economics, especially behavioral economics, this book is for you. Even if you?re not, you will probably still find this book interesting and readable. ...

    ???? ???????? ??????. ????????? ?????, ?????????, ???? ???????? ? ?????????. ????? ??????? ????????? ??????????, ?? ?? ? ??? ????? ????. ???? ??????? ?????...

    This is Thaler's professional autobiography, and I found it thrilling - a real page-turner. It talks though how Thaler and colleagues changed the 'standard' view of economics. It begins with Thaler's early career insights, where he realised there was something 'not quite right' wit...

    Saying that I enjoyed ALL of it would be an overstatement,,,but I still enjoyed a fair portion of it and for me it mostly served as a door step in this field, a field which I know next to nothing about but I feel like I need to start expand my knowledge in. ...

    Another book on behavioural economics which is well written and enlists the various anecdotes which formed the basis for the origin of behavioural science. Thaler constantly draws parallels with the works of Daniel Kahneman, Amos Tversky, Robert Shiller and other notable economists. A ...

  • Lance Cahill
    May 24, 2015

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

    What is the value of 'Misbehaving' after 'Nudge' and 'Thinking Fast and Slow'? After all, 'Thinking' told us the discovery process by behavior science demigod. 'Nudge' explained how to apply behavior science to practical policy-making. 'Misbehaving' has its value independent from '...

    This book is by Richard Thaler, one of the founders of the field of behavioral economics. When he first started getting into this field, he faced mountainous obstacles, mostly from his fellow economists. For many years, he collaborated with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who are fam...

    First book I've returned to Audible (and Audible makes that astonishingly easy. not that I expect to need to do it often, but, my gosh, just a click and they send me back my money. impressive). As my three star rating indicates, this is not a Bad book at all. I listened to it for a...

    For someone without any background in economics before, this book is an eye-opener. It gives me many tools that I'm sure I can effectively use to argue with my friends in the future. It's also an easy read. Richard has many interesting stories to tell, each with many lessons to learn f...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. I wrote a brief article about how college doesn't teach you anything, and to my horror I realized that I already learned most of what this book has to say. For someone without any background in behavioral economics, I recommend reading this in con...

    It was once a cliche that economics theory dealt only with completely rational human beings, under the principle that this was the only way to develop workable models. Even though classical economists, from Smith to Keynes, had acknowledged that human behavior often deviated from the r...

    Yup - this is now (officially) the memoir/autobiography of the 2017 Nobel Prize Winner..... This was a lot of fun, but it is what it is. It's a career academic writing about his professional journey - basically the story of the evolution of his successful, productive, and (arguabl...

    This was a really fun read. It gives kind of a behind the scenes look at how the field came about from one of the most prominent creators of the field. ...

    ???? ?????? ??? ???? ???????? ??????? Behavioural Economics ?? ??????? ???? ?? ???? ??? ???? ?????. ???? ?????? ??? ?? ???? ??? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ????? ?????? ????...

    I enjoyed Thaler's ironic writing style in Misbehaving, his autobiographical history of the field of behavioral economics. Full disclosure: I didn't have a class with Thaler, but I attended the same University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, n/k/a Booth. I knew of him by reputa...

    A lot of books in my kindle collection were free downloads from a while back, which would cost anywhere from 0.99$ to 3.99$ if I were to buy them now. I also bought a few books for 0.99$. I recently went through my collection and books that no longer interest me, some of which I have n...

    I had to take this book back to the library today, so I don't have any of the funny stories from it to relate here (what? I should've taken notes?), but there were quite a few. Mr. Thaler might be lazy, but he's also a pretty good story-teller. However, what I really got out of this...

    ??? ?????? ????? ?? ????? ??? ???????? ??????? behavioral economics ????? ?? ???? ???????? ???? ??????? ????????. ??????? ???? ????? ??????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    This is a book about behavioral economics/finance as well about people doing it. Good overview of the field evolution from the inside. ...

    By Edward Chancellor The economics profession has been in the doldrums of late ? its leading practitioners failed to anticipate the financial tsunami that crashed over the global economy a few years back. Economists were out of touch - lost in their complex mathematical models tha...

    This was one of the best books on economics that I have read in a long time. It discusses the creation of evidence-based economics that work in a world of Humans as opposed to a world of Econs, humans that behave optimally ignoring numerous supposedly irrelevant factors. In this boo...

    The most recommended and must-not-missed book for people who interested in behavioral economics. The way professor Thaler unfold the theory is like his personal career journal. His writing style is super easy to read (except some part about finance and fund investment). I am very ex...

    I really liked this book (as I was expecting!). Thaler's writing is funny, simple and entertaining. I do like authors that while they're sharing knowledge, they are also making us laugh. I really liked to see this side of behavioural economics. And... even though I already wanted to ...

    Good enough for a 4 star rating. Some interesting results and good food for thought. A lot of it had previously been covered already by books like Nudge, Blink, The Tipping Point, etc. The last few chapters were unnecessary and I should have skipped them. ...

    I was terrible at econ, so I don't know why I keep reading books on the subject. Guess I must find them really fascinating! There were a lot of interesting points in Richard Thaler's journey to basically create behavioral economics. Mainly that people in the real world don't make d...

    If you?re a fan of economics, especially behavioral economics, this book is for you. Even if you?re not, you will probably still find this book interesting and readable. ...

    ???? ???????? ??????. ????????? ?????, ?????????, ???? ???????? ? ?????????. ????? ??????? ????????? ??????????, ?? ?? ? ??? ????? ????. ???? ??????? ?????...

    This is Thaler's professional autobiography, and I found it thrilling - a real page-turner. It talks though how Thaler and colleagues changed the 'standard' view of economics. It begins with Thaler's early career insights, where he realised there was something 'not quite right' wit...

    Saying that I enjoyed ALL of it would be an overstatement,,,but I still enjoyed a fair portion of it and for me it mostly served as a door step in this field, a field which I know next to nothing about but I feel like I need to start expand my knowledge in. ...

    Another book on behavioural economics which is well written and enlists the various anecdotes which formed the basis for the origin of behavioural science. Thaler constantly draws parallels with the works of Daniel Kahneman, Amos Tversky, Robert Shiller and other notable economists. A ...

    I don't know what experience in Economic theory reviewers on this site have, so I don't really no how to interpret the unusually high ratings this book receives. I only have an undergraduate degree in Economics from UCLA, so I have nothing but my trite opinion but nonetheless proud opi...

    A quite remarkable and entertaining read. I would say the focus of the book is on interesting stories and anecdotes from behavioral economics and less on underlying theory or empirics (notably as Thaler glosses over certain methodological disputes). The book could have served to be...

  • Breakingviews
    Jun 22, 2015

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

    What is the value of 'Misbehaving' after 'Nudge' and 'Thinking Fast and Slow'? After all, 'Thinking' told us the discovery process by behavior science demigod. 'Nudge' explained how to apply behavior science to practical policy-making. 'Misbehaving' has its value independent from '...

    This book is by Richard Thaler, one of the founders of the field of behavioral economics. When he first started getting into this field, he faced mountainous obstacles, mostly from his fellow economists. For many years, he collaborated with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who are fam...

    First book I've returned to Audible (and Audible makes that astonishingly easy. not that I expect to need to do it often, but, my gosh, just a click and they send me back my money. impressive). As my three star rating indicates, this is not a Bad book at all. I listened to it for a...

    For someone without any background in economics before, this book is an eye-opener. It gives me many tools that I'm sure I can effectively use to argue with my friends in the future. It's also an easy read. Richard has many interesting stories to tell, each with many lessons to learn f...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. I wrote a brief article about how college doesn't teach you anything, and to my horror I realized that I already learned most of what this book has to say. For someone without any background in behavioral economics, I recommend reading this in con...

    It was once a cliche that economics theory dealt only with completely rational human beings, under the principle that this was the only way to develop workable models. Even though classical economists, from Smith to Keynes, had acknowledged that human behavior often deviated from the r...

    Yup - this is now (officially) the memoir/autobiography of the 2017 Nobel Prize Winner..... This was a lot of fun, but it is what it is. It's a career academic writing about his professional journey - basically the story of the evolution of his successful, productive, and (arguabl...

    This was a really fun read. It gives kind of a behind the scenes look at how the field came about from one of the most prominent creators of the field. ...

    ???? ?????? ??? ???? ???????? ??????? Behavioural Economics ?? ??????? ???? ?? ???? ??? ???? ?????. ???? ?????? ??? ?? ???? ??? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ????? ?????? ????...

    I enjoyed Thaler's ironic writing style in Misbehaving, his autobiographical history of the field of behavioral economics. Full disclosure: I didn't have a class with Thaler, but I attended the same University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, n/k/a Booth. I knew of him by reputa...

    A lot of books in my kindle collection were free downloads from a while back, which would cost anywhere from 0.99$ to 3.99$ if I were to buy them now. I also bought a few books for 0.99$. I recently went through my collection and books that no longer interest me, some of which I have n...

    I had to take this book back to the library today, so I don't have any of the funny stories from it to relate here (what? I should've taken notes?), but there were quite a few. Mr. Thaler might be lazy, but he's also a pretty good story-teller. However, what I really got out of this...

    ??? ?????? ????? ?? ????? ??? ???????? ??????? behavioral economics ????? ?? ???? ???????? ???? ??????? ????????. ??????? ???? ????? ??????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    This is a book about behavioral economics/finance as well about people doing it. Good overview of the field evolution from the inside. ...

    By Edward Chancellor The economics profession has been in the doldrums of late ? its leading practitioners failed to anticipate the financial tsunami that crashed over the global economy a few years back. Economists were out of touch - lost in their complex mathematical models tha...

  • عبدالرحمن عقاب
    Jun 21, 2015

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

    What is the value of 'Misbehaving' after 'Nudge' and 'Thinking Fast and Slow'? After all, 'Thinking' told us the discovery process by behavior science demigod. 'Nudge' explained how to apply behavior science to practical policy-making. 'Misbehaving' has its value independent from '...

    This book is by Richard Thaler, one of the founders of the field of behavioral economics. When he first started getting into this field, he faced mountainous obstacles, mostly from his fellow economists. For many years, he collaborated with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who are fam...

    First book I've returned to Audible (and Audible makes that astonishingly easy. not that I expect to need to do it often, but, my gosh, just a click and they send me back my money. impressive). As my three star rating indicates, this is not a Bad book at all. I listened to it for a...

    For someone without any background in economics before, this book is an eye-opener. It gives me many tools that I'm sure I can effectively use to argue with my friends in the future. It's also an easy read. Richard has many interesting stories to tell, each with many lessons to learn f...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. I wrote a brief article about how college doesn't teach you anything, and to my horror I realized that I already learned most of what this book has to say. For someone without any background in behavioral economics, I recommend reading this in con...

    It was once a cliche that economics theory dealt only with completely rational human beings, under the principle that this was the only way to develop workable models. Even though classical economists, from Smith to Keynes, had acknowledged that human behavior often deviated from the r...

    Yup - this is now (officially) the memoir/autobiography of the 2017 Nobel Prize Winner..... This was a lot of fun, but it is what it is. It's a career academic writing about his professional journey - basically the story of the evolution of his successful, productive, and (arguabl...

    This was a really fun read. It gives kind of a behind the scenes look at how the field came about from one of the most prominent creators of the field. ...

    ???? ?????? ??? ???? ???????? ??????? Behavioural Economics ?? ??????? ???? ?? ???? ??? ???? ?????. ???? ?????? ??? ?? ???? ??? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ????? ?????? ????...

    I enjoyed Thaler's ironic writing style in Misbehaving, his autobiographical history of the field of behavioral economics. Full disclosure: I didn't have a class with Thaler, but I attended the same University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, n/k/a Booth. I knew of him by reputa...

    A lot of books in my kindle collection were free downloads from a while back, which would cost anywhere from 0.99$ to 3.99$ if I were to buy them now. I also bought a few books for 0.99$. I recently went through my collection and books that no longer interest me, some of which I have n...

    I had to take this book back to the library today, so I don't have any of the funny stories from it to relate here (what? I should've taken notes?), but there were quite a few. Mr. Thaler might be lazy, but he's also a pretty good story-teller. However, what I really got out of this...

    ??? ?????? ????? ?? ????? ??? ???????? ??????? behavioral economics ????? ?? ???? ???????? ???? ??????? ????????. ??????? ???? ????? ??????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

  • Roman
    Jul 01, 2018

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

    What is the value of 'Misbehaving' after 'Nudge' and 'Thinking Fast and Slow'? After all, 'Thinking' told us the discovery process by behavior science demigod. 'Nudge' explained how to apply behavior science to practical policy-making. 'Misbehaving' has its value independent from '...

    This book is by Richard Thaler, one of the founders of the field of behavioral economics. When he first started getting into this field, he faced mountainous obstacles, mostly from his fellow economists. For many years, he collaborated with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who are fam...

    First book I've returned to Audible (and Audible makes that astonishingly easy. not that I expect to need to do it often, but, my gosh, just a click and they send me back my money. impressive). As my three star rating indicates, this is not a Bad book at all. I listened to it for a...

    For someone without any background in economics before, this book is an eye-opener. It gives me many tools that I'm sure I can effectively use to argue with my friends in the future. It's also an easy read. Richard has many interesting stories to tell, each with many lessons to learn f...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. I wrote a brief article about how college doesn't teach you anything, and to my horror I realized that I already learned most of what this book has to say. For someone without any background in behavioral economics, I recommend reading this in con...

    It was once a cliche that economics theory dealt only with completely rational human beings, under the principle that this was the only way to develop workable models. Even though classical economists, from Smith to Keynes, had acknowledged that human behavior often deviated from the r...

    Yup - this is now (officially) the memoir/autobiography of the 2017 Nobel Prize Winner..... This was a lot of fun, but it is what it is. It's a career academic writing about his professional journey - basically the story of the evolution of his successful, productive, and (arguabl...

    This was a really fun read. It gives kind of a behind the scenes look at how the field came about from one of the most prominent creators of the field. ...

    ???? ?????? ??? ???? ???????? ??????? Behavioural Economics ?? ??????? ???? ?? ???? ??? ???? ?????. ???? ?????? ??? ?? ???? ??? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ????? ?????? ????...

    I enjoyed Thaler's ironic writing style in Misbehaving, his autobiographical history of the field of behavioral economics. Full disclosure: I didn't have a class with Thaler, but I attended the same University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, n/k/a Booth. I knew of him by reputa...

    A lot of books in my kindle collection were free downloads from a while back, which would cost anywhere from 0.99$ to 3.99$ if I were to buy them now. I also bought a few books for 0.99$. I recently went through my collection and books that no longer interest me, some of which I have n...

    I had to take this book back to the library today, so I don't have any of the funny stories from it to relate here (what? I should've taken notes?), but there were quite a few. Mr. Thaler might be lazy, but he's also a pretty good story-teller. However, what I really got out of this...

    ??? ?????? ????? ?? ????? ??? ???????? ??????? behavioral economics ????? ?? ???? ???????? ???? ??????? ????????. ??????? ???? ????? ??????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    This is a book about behavioral economics/finance as well about people doing it. Good overview of the field evolution from the inside. ...

    By Edward Chancellor The economics profession has been in the doldrums of late ? its leading practitioners failed to anticipate the financial tsunami that crashed over the global economy a few years back. Economists were out of touch - lost in their complex mathematical models tha...

    This was one of the best books on economics that I have read in a long time. It discusses the creation of evidence-based economics that work in a world of Humans as opposed to a world of Econs, humans that behave optimally ignoring numerous supposedly irrelevant factors. In this boo...

    The most recommended and must-not-missed book for people who interested in behavioral economics. The way professor Thaler unfold the theory is like his personal career journal. His writing style is super easy to read (except some part about finance and fund investment). I am very ex...

    I really liked this book (as I was expecting!). Thaler's writing is funny, simple and entertaining. I do like authors that while they're sharing knowledge, they are also making us laugh. I really liked to see this side of behavioural economics. And... even though I already wanted to ...

    Good enough for a 4 star rating. Some interesting results and good food for thought. A lot of it had previously been covered already by books like Nudge, Blink, The Tipping Point, etc. The last few chapters were unnecessary and I should have skipped them. ...

    I was terrible at econ, so I don't know why I keep reading books on the subject. Guess I must find them really fascinating! There were a lot of interesting points in Richard Thaler's journey to basically create behavioral economics. Mainly that people in the real world don't make d...

    If you?re a fan of economics, especially behavioral economics, this book is for you. Even if you?re not, you will probably still find this book interesting and readable. ...

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  • Pavlo Illashenko
    Jul 14, 2015

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

    What is the value of 'Misbehaving' after 'Nudge' and 'Thinking Fast and Slow'? After all, 'Thinking' told us the discovery process by behavior science demigod. 'Nudge' explained how to apply behavior science to practical policy-making. 'Misbehaving' has its value independent from '...

    This book is by Richard Thaler, one of the founders of the field of behavioral economics. When he first started getting into this field, he faced mountainous obstacles, mostly from his fellow economists. For many years, he collaborated with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who are fam...

    First book I've returned to Audible (and Audible makes that astonishingly easy. not that I expect to need to do it often, but, my gosh, just a click and they send me back my money. impressive). As my three star rating indicates, this is not a Bad book at all. I listened to it for a...

    For someone without any background in economics before, this book is an eye-opener. It gives me many tools that I'm sure I can effectively use to argue with my friends in the future. It's also an easy read. Richard has many interesting stories to tell, each with many lessons to learn f...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. I wrote a brief article about how college doesn't teach you anything, and to my horror I realized that I already learned most of what this book has to say. For someone without any background in behavioral economics, I recommend reading this in con...

    It was once a cliche that economics theory dealt only with completely rational human beings, under the principle that this was the only way to develop workable models. Even though classical economists, from Smith to Keynes, had acknowledged that human behavior often deviated from the r...

    Yup - this is now (officially) the memoir/autobiography of the 2017 Nobel Prize Winner..... This was a lot of fun, but it is what it is. It's a career academic writing about his professional journey - basically the story of the evolution of his successful, productive, and (arguabl...

    This was a really fun read. It gives kind of a behind the scenes look at how the field came about from one of the most prominent creators of the field. ...

    ???? ?????? ??? ???? ???????? ??????? Behavioural Economics ?? ??????? ???? ?? ???? ??? ???? ?????. ???? ?????? ??? ?? ???? ??? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ????? ?????? ????...

    I enjoyed Thaler's ironic writing style in Misbehaving, his autobiographical history of the field of behavioral economics. Full disclosure: I didn't have a class with Thaler, but I attended the same University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, n/k/a Booth. I knew of him by reputa...

    A lot of books in my kindle collection were free downloads from a while back, which would cost anywhere from 0.99$ to 3.99$ if I were to buy them now. I also bought a few books for 0.99$. I recently went through my collection and books that no longer interest me, some of which I have n...

    I had to take this book back to the library today, so I don't have any of the funny stories from it to relate here (what? I should've taken notes?), but there were quite a few. Mr. Thaler might be lazy, but he's also a pretty good story-teller. However, what I really got out of this...

    ??? ?????? ????? ?? ????? ??? ???????? ??????? behavioral economics ????? ?? ???? ???????? ???? ??????? ????????. ??????? ???? ????? ??????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    This is a book about behavioral economics/finance as well about people doing it. Good overview of the field evolution from the inside. ...

  • Athan Tolis
    May 25, 2015

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

  • John Gurney
    Mar 18, 2016

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

    What is the value of 'Misbehaving' after 'Nudge' and 'Thinking Fast and Slow'? After all, 'Thinking' told us the discovery process by behavior science demigod. 'Nudge' explained how to apply behavior science to practical policy-making. 'Misbehaving' has its value independent from '...

    This book is by Richard Thaler, one of the founders of the field of behavioral economics. When he first started getting into this field, he faced mountainous obstacles, mostly from his fellow economists. For many years, he collaborated with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who are fam...

    First book I've returned to Audible (and Audible makes that astonishingly easy. not that I expect to need to do it often, but, my gosh, just a click and they send me back my money. impressive). As my three star rating indicates, this is not a Bad book at all. I listened to it for a...

    For someone without any background in economics before, this book is an eye-opener. It gives me many tools that I'm sure I can effectively use to argue with my friends in the future. It's also an easy read. Richard has many interesting stories to tell, each with many lessons to learn f...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. I wrote a brief article about how college doesn't teach you anything, and to my horror I realized that I already learned most of what this book has to say. For someone without any background in behavioral economics, I recommend reading this in con...

    It was once a cliche that economics theory dealt only with completely rational human beings, under the principle that this was the only way to develop workable models. Even though classical economists, from Smith to Keynes, had acknowledged that human behavior often deviated from the r...

    Yup - this is now (officially) the memoir/autobiography of the 2017 Nobel Prize Winner..... This was a lot of fun, but it is what it is. It's a career academic writing about his professional journey - basically the story of the evolution of his successful, productive, and (arguabl...

    This was a really fun read. It gives kind of a behind the scenes look at how the field came about from one of the most prominent creators of the field. ...

    ???? ?????? ??? ???? ???????? ??????? Behavioural Economics ?? ??????? ???? ?? ???? ??? ???? ?????. ???? ?????? ??? ?? ???? ??? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ????? ?????? ????...

    I enjoyed Thaler's ironic writing style in Misbehaving, his autobiographical history of the field of behavioral economics. Full disclosure: I didn't have a class with Thaler, but I attended the same University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, n/k/a Booth. I knew of him by reputa...

  • Don-E Merson
    May 14, 2015

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

    What is the value of 'Misbehaving' after 'Nudge' and 'Thinking Fast and Slow'? After all, 'Thinking' told us the discovery process by behavior science demigod. 'Nudge' explained how to apply behavior science to practical policy-making. 'Misbehaving' has its value independent from '...

    This book is by Richard Thaler, one of the founders of the field of behavioral economics. When he first started getting into this field, he faced mountainous obstacles, mostly from his fellow economists. For many years, he collaborated with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who are fam...

    First book I've returned to Audible (and Audible makes that astonishingly easy. not that I expect to need to do it often, but, my gosh, just a click and they send me back my money. impressive). As my three star rating indicates, this is not a Bad book at all. I listened to it for a...

    For someone without any background in economics before, this book is an eye-opener. It gives me many tools that I'm sure I can effectively use to argue with my friends in the future. It's also an easy read. Richard has many interesting stories to tell, each with many lessons to learn f...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. I wrote a brief article about how college doesn't teach you anything, and to my horror I realized that I already learned most of what this book has to say. For someone without any background in behavioral economics, I recommend reading this in con...

    It was once a cliche that economics theory dealt only with completely rational human beings, under the principle that this was the only way to develop workable models. Even though classical economists, from Smith to Keynes, had acknowledged that human behavior often deviated from the r...

    Yup - this is now (officially) the memoir/autobiography of the 2017 Nobel Prize Winner..... This was a lot of fun, but it is what it is. It's a career academic writing about his professional journey - basically the story of the evolution of his successful, productive, and (arguabl...

    This was a really fun read. It gives kind of a behind the scenes look at how the field came about from one of the most prominent creators of the field. ...

  • Muriel Fang
    Jul 10, 2015

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

    What is the value of 'Misbehaving' after 'Nudge' and 'Thinking Fast and Slow'? After all, 'Thinking' told us the discovery process by behavior science demigod. 'Nudge' explained how to apply behavior science to practical policy-making. 'Misbehaving' has its value independent from '...

  • Huyen Chip
    Feb 16, 2018

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

    What is the value of 'Misbehaving' after 'Nudge' and 'Thinking Fast and Slow'? After all, 'Thinking' told us the discovery process by behavior science demigod. 'Nudge' explained how to apply behavior science to practical policy-making. 'Misbehaving' has its value independent from '...

    This book is by Richard Thaler, one of the founders of the field of behavioral economics. When he first started getting into this field, he faced mountainous obstacles, mostly from his fellow economists. For many years, he collaborated with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who are fam...

    First book I've returned to Audible (and Audible makes that astonishingly easy. not that I expect to need to do it often, but, my gosh, just a click and they send me back my money. impressive). As my three star rating indicates, this is not a Bad book at all. I listened to it for a...

    For someone without any background in economics before, this book is an eye-opener. It gives me many tools that I'm sure I can effectively use to argue with my friends in the future. It's also an easy read. Richard has many interesting stories to tell, each with many lessons to learn f...

  • Charles Berteau
    May 25, 2015

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

    What is the value of 'Misbehaving' after 'Nudge' and 'Thinking Fast and Slow'? After all, 'Thinking' told us the discovery process by behavior science demigod. 'Nudge' explained how to apply behavior science to practical policy-making. 'Misbehaving' has its value independent from '...

    This book is by Richard Thaler, one of the founders of the field of behavioral economics. When he first started getting into this field, he faced mountainous obstacles, mostly from his fellow economists. For many years, he collaborated with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who are fam...

    First book I've returned to Audible (and Audible makes that astonishingly easy. not that I expect to need to do it often, but, my gosh, just a click and they send me back my money. impressive). As my three star rating indicates, this is not a Bad book at all. I listened to it for a...

    For someone without any background in economics before, this book is an eye-opener. It gives me many tools that I'm sure I can effectively use to argue with my friends in the future. It's also an easy read. Richard has many interesting stories to tell, each with many lessons to learn f...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. I wrote a brief article about how college doesn't teach you anything, and to my horror I realized that I already learned most of what this book has to say. For someone without any background in behavioral economics, I recommend reading this in con...

    It was once a cliche that economics theory dealt only with completely rational human beings, under the principle that this was the only way to develop workable models. Even though classical economists, from Smith to Keynes, had acknowledged that human behavior often deviated from the r...

  • บอมบุง พ่อยอดคะน้าอ่อน
    Feb 08, 2018

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

    What is the value of 'Misbehaving' after 'Nudge' and 'Thinking Fast and Slow'? After all, 'Thinking' told us the discovery process by behavior science demigod. 'Nudge' explained how to apply behavior science to practical policy-making. 'Misbehaving' has its value independent from '...

    This book is by Richard Thaler, one of the founders of the field of behavioral economics. When he first started getting into this field, he faced mountainous obstacles, mostly from his fellow economists. For many years, he collaborated with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who are fam...

    First book I've returned to Audible (and Audible makes that astonishingly easy. not that I expect to need to do it often, but, my gosh, just a click and they send me back my money. impressive). As my three star rating indicates, this is not a Bad book at all. I listened to it for a...

    For someone without any background in economics before, this book is an eye-opener. It gives me many tools that I'm sure I can effectively use to argue with my friends in the future. It's also an easy read. Richard has many interesting stories to tell, each with many lessons to learn f...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. I wrote a brief article about how college doesn't teach you anything, and to my horror I realized that I already learned most of what this book has to say. For someone without any background in behavioral economics, I recommend reading this in con...

    It was once a cliche that economics theory dealt only with completely rational human beings, under the principle that this was the only way to develop workable models. Even though classical economists, from Smith to Keynes, had acknowledged that human behavior often deviated from the r...

    Yup - this is now (officially) the memoir/autobiography of the 2017 Nobel Prize Winner..... This was a lot of fun, but it is what it is. It's a career academic writing about his professional journey - basically the story of the evolution of his successful, productive, and (arguabl...

    This was a really fun read. It gives kind of a behind the scenes look at how the field came about from one of the most prominent creators of the field. ...

    ???? ?????? ??? ???? ???????? ??????? Behavioural Economics ?? ??????? ???? ?? ???? ??? ???? ?????. ???? ?????? ??? ?? ???? ??? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ????? ?????? ????...

    I enjoyed Thaler's ironic writing style in Misbehaving, his autobiographical history of the field of behavioral economics. Full disclosure: I didn't have a class with Thaler, but I attended the same University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, n/k/a Booth. I knew of him by reputa...

    A lot of books in my kindle collection were free downloads from a while back, which would cost anywhere from 0.99$ to 3.99$ if I were to buy them now. I also bought a few books for 0.99$. I recently went through my collection and books that no longer interest me, some of which I have n...

    I had to take this book back to the library today, so I don't have any of the funny stories from it to relate here (what? I should've taken notes?), but there were quite a few. Mr. Thaler might be lazy, but he's also a pretty good story-teller. However, what I really got out of this...

    ??? ?????? ????? ?? ????? ??? ???????? ??????? behavioral economics ????? ?? ???? ???????? ???? ??????? ????????. ??????? ???? ????? ??????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    This is a book about behavioral economics/finance as well about people doing it. Good overview of the field evolution from the inside. ...

    By Edward Chancellor The economics profession has been in the doldrums of late ? its leading practitioners failed to anticipate the financial tsunami that crashed over the global economy a few years back. Economists were out of touch - lost in their complex mathematical models tha...

    This was one of the best books on economics that I have read in a long time. It discusses the creation of evidence-based economics that work in a world of Humans as opposed to a world of Econs, humans that behave optimally ignoring numerous supposedly irrelevant factors. In this boo...

    The most recommended and must-not-missed book for people who interested in behavioral economics. The way professor Thaler unfold the theory is like his personal career journal. His writing style is super easy to read (except some part about finance and fund investment). I am very ex...

  • Luke Johnson
    Sep 15, 2015

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

    What is the value of 'Misbehaving' after 'Nudge' and 'Thinking Fast and Slow'? After all, 'Thinking' told us the discovery process by behavior science demigod. 'Nudge' explained how to apply behavior science to practical policy-making. 'Misbehaving' has its value independent from '...

    This book is by Richard Thaler, one of the founders of the field of behavioral economics. When he first started getting into this field, he faced mountainous obstacles, mostly from his fellow economists. For many years, he collaborated with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who are fam...

    First book I've returned to Audible (and Audible makes that astonishingly easy. not that I expect to need to do it often, but, my gosh, just a click and they send me back my money. impressive). As my three star rating indicates, this is not a Bad book at all. I listened to it for a...

    For someone without any background in economics before, this book is an eye-opener. It gives me many tools that I'm sure I can effectively use to argue with my friends in the future. It's also an easy read. Richard has many interesting stories to tell, each with many lessons to learn f...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. I wrote a brief article about how college doesn't teach you anything, and to my horror I realized that I already learned most of what this book has to say. For someone without any background in behavioral economics, I recommend reading this in con...

    It was once a cliche that economics theory dealt only with completely rational human beings, under the principle that this was the only way to develop workable models. Even though classical economists, from Smith to Keynes, had acknowledged that human behavior often deviated from the r...

    Yup - this is now (officially) the memoir/autobiography of the 2017 Nobel Prize Winner..... This was a lot of fun, but it is what it is. It's a career academic writing about his professional journey - basically the story of the evolution of his successful, productive, and (arguabl...

    This was a really fun read. It gives kind of a behind the scenes look at how the field came about from one of the most prominent creators of the field. ...

    ???? ?????? ??? ???? ???????? ??????? Behavioural Economics ?? ??????? ???? ?? ???? ??? ???? ?????. ???? ?????? ??? ?? ???? ??? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ????? ?????? ????...

    I enjoyed Thaler's ironic writing style in Misbehaving, his autobiographical history of the field of behavioral economics. Full disclosure: I didn't have a class with Thaler, but I attended the same University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, n/k/a Booth. I knew of him by reputa...

    A lot of books in my kindle collection were free downloads from a while back, which would cost anywhere from 0.99$ to 3.99$ if I were to buy them now. I also bought a few books for 0.99$. I recently went through my collection and books that no longer interest me, some of which I have n...

    I had to take this book back to the library today, so I don't have any of the funny stories from it to relate here (what? I should've taken notes?), but there were quite a few. Mr. Thaler might be lazy, but he's also a pretty good story-teller. However, what I really got out of this...

    ??? ?????? ????? ?? ????? ??? ???????? ??????? behavioral economics ????? ?? ???? ???????? ???? ??????? ????????. ??????? ???? ????? ??????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    This is a book about behavioral economics/finance as well about people doing it. Good overview of the field evolution from the inside. ...

    By Edward Chancellor The economics profession has been in the doldrums of late ? its leading practitioners failed to anticipate the financial tsunami that crashed over the global economy a few years back. Economists were out of touch - lost in their complex mathematical models tha...

    This was one of the best books on economics that I have read in a long time. It discusses the creation of evidence-based economics that work in a world of Humans as opposed to a world of Econs, humans that behave optimally ignoring numerous supposedly irrelevant factors. In this boo...

    The most recommended and must-not-missed book for people who interested in behavioral economics. The way professor Thaler unfold the theory is like his personal career journal. His writing style is super easy to read (except some part about finance and fund investment). I am very ex...

    I really liked this book (as I was expecting!). Thaler's writing is funny, simple and entertaining. I do like authors that while they're sharing knowledge, they are also making us laugh. I really liked to see this side of behavioural economics. And... even though I already wanted to ...

    Good enough for a 4 star rating. Some interesting results and good food for thought. A lot of it had previously been covered already by books like Nudge, Blink, The Tipping Point, etc. The last few chapters were unnecessary and I should have skipped them. ...

    I was terrible at econ, so I don't know why I keep reading books on the subject. Guess I must find them really fascinating! There were a lot of interesting points in Richard Thaler's journey to basically create behavioral economics. Mainly that people in the real world don't make d...

    If you?re a fan of economics, especially behavioral economics, this book is for you. Even if you?re not, you will probably still find this book interesting and readable. ...

    ???? ???????? ??????. ????????? ?????, ?????????, ???? ???????? ? ?????????. ????? ??????? ????????? ??????????, ?? ?? ? ??? ????? ????. ???? ??????? ?????...

    This is Thaler's professional autobiography, and I found it thrilling - a real page-turner. It talks though how Thaler and colleagues changed the 'standard' view of economics. It begins with Thaler's early career insights, where he realised there was something 'not quite right' wit...

    Saying that I enjoyed ALL of it would be an overstatement,,,but I still enjoyed a fair portion of it and for me it mostly served as a door step in this field, a field which I know next to nothing about but I feel like I need to start expand my knowledge in. ...

    Another book on behavioural economics which is well written and enlists the various anecdotes which formed the basis for the origin of behavioural science. Thaler constantly draws parallels with the works of Daniel Kahneman, Amos Tversky, Robert Shiller and other notable economists. A ...

    I don't know what experience in Economic theory reviewers on this site have, so I don't really no how to interpret the unusually high ratings this book receives. I only have an undergraduate degree in Economics from UCLA, so I have nothing but my trite opinion but nonetheless proud opi...

  • Yuekun Liu
    Jun 17, 2016

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

    What is the value of 'Misbehaving' after 'Nudge' and 'Thinking Fast and Slow'? After all, 'Thinking' told us the discovery process by behavior science demigod. 'Nudge' explained how to apply behavior science to practical policy-making. 'Misbehaving' has its value independent from '...

    This book is by Richard Thaler, one of the founders of the field of behavioral economics. When he first started getting into this field, he faced mountainous obstacles, mostly from his fellow economists. For many years, he collaborated with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who are fam...

    First book I've returned to Audible (and Audible makes that astonishingly easy. not that I expect to need to do it often, but, my gosh, just a click and they send me back my money. impressive). As my three star rating indicates, this is not a Bad book at all. I listened to it for a...

    For someone without any background in economics before, this book is an eye-opener. It gives me many tools that I'm sure I can effectively use to argue with my friends in the future. It's also an easy read. Richard has many interesting stories to tell, each with many lessons to learn f...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. I wrote a brief article about how college doesn't teach you anything, and to my horror I realized that I already learned most of what this book has to say. For someone without any background in behavioral economics, I recommend reading this in con...

    It was once a cliche that economics theory dealt only with completely rational human beings, under the principle that this was the only way to develop workable models. Even though classical economists, from Smith to Keynes, had acknowledged that human behavior often deviated from the r...

    Yup - this is now (officially) the memoir/autobiography of the 2017 Nobel Prize Winner..... This was a lot of fun, but it is what it is. It's a career academic writing about his professional journey - basically the story of the evolution of his successful, productive, and (arguabl...

    This was a really fun read. It gives kind of a behind the scenes look at how the field came about from one of the most prominent creators of the field. ...

    ???? ?????? ??? ???? ???????? ??????? Behavioural Economics ?? ??????? ???? ?? ???? ??? ???? ?????. ???? ?????? ??? ?? ???? ??? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ????? ?????? ????...

    I enjoyed Thaler's ironic writing style in Misbehaving, his autobiographical history of the field of behavioral economics. Full disclosure: I didn't have a class with Thaler, but I attended the same University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, n/k/a Booth. I knew of him by reputa...

    A lot of books in my kindle collection were free downloads from a while back, which would cost anywhere from 0.99$ to 3.99$ if I were to buy them now. I also bought a few books for 0.99$. I recently went through my collection and books that no longer interest me, some of which I have n...

    I had to take this book back to the library today, so I don't have any of the funny stories from it to relate here (what? I should've taken notes?), but there were quite a few. Mr. Thaler might be lazy, but he's also a pretty good story-teller. However, what I really got out of this...

    ??? ?????? ????? ?? ????? ??? ???????? ??????? behavioral economics ????? ?? ???? ???????? ???? ??????? ????????. ??????? ???? ????? ??????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    This is a book about behavioral economics/finance as well about people doing it. Good overview of the field evolution from the inside. ...

    By Edward Chancellor The economics profession has been in the doldrums of late ? its leading practitioners failed to anticipate the financial tsunami that crashed over the global economy a few years back. Economists were out of touch - lost in their complex mathematical models tha...

    This was one of the best books on economics that I have read in a long time. It discusses the creation of evidence-based economics that work in a world of Humans as opposed to a world of Econs, humans that behave optimally ignoring numerous supposedly irrelevant factors. In this boo...

    The most recommended and must-not-missed book for people who interested in behavioral economics. The way professor Thaler unfold the theory is like his personal career journal. His writing style is super easy to read (except some part about finance and fund investment). I am very ex...

    I really liked this book (as I was expecting!). Thaler's writing is funny, simple and entertaining. I do like authors that while they're sharing knowledge, they are also making us laugh. I really liked to see this side of behavioural economics. And... even though I already wanted to ...

    Good enough for a 4 star rating. Some interesting results and good food for thought. A lot of it had previously been covered already by books like Nudge, Blink, The Tipping Point, etc. The last few chapters were unnecessary and I should have skipped them. ...

    I was terrible at econ, so I don't know why I keep reading books on the subject. Guess I must find them really fascinating! There were a lot of interesting points in Richard Thaler's journey to basically create behavioral economics. Mainly that people in the real world don't make d...

    If you?re a fan of economics, especially behavioral economics, this book is for you. Even if you?re not, you will probably still find this book interesting and readable. ...

    ???? ???????? ??????. ????????? ?????, ?????????, ???? ???????? ? ?????????. ????? ??????? ????????? ??????????, ?? ?? ? ??? ????? ????. ???? ??????? ?????...

    This is Thaler's professional autobiography, and I found it thrilling - a real page-turner. It talks though how Thaler and colleagues changed the 'standard' view of economics. It begins with Thaler's early career insights, where he realised there was something 'not quite right' wit...

    Saying that I enjoyed ALL of it would be an overstatement,,,but I still enjoyed a fair portion of it and for me it mostly served as a door step in this field, a field which I know next to nothing about but I feel like I need to start expand my knowledge in. ...

    Another book on behavioural economics which is well written and enlists the various anecdotes which formed the basis for the origin of behavioural science. Thaler constantly draws parallels with the works of Daniel Kahneman, Amos Tversky, Robert Shiller and other notable economists. A ...

    I don't know what experience in Economic theory reviewers on this site have, so I don't really no how to interpret the unusually high ratings this book receives. I only have an undergraduate degree in Economics from UCLA, so I have nothing but my trite opinion but nonetheless proud opi...

    A quite remarkable and entertaining read. I would say the focus of the book is on interesting stories and anecdotes from behavioral economics and less on underlying theory or empirics (notably as Thaler glosses over certain methodological disputes). The book could have served to be...

    This is definite a book that I would reread later. Get interested in this book after watching his video: https://www.aeaweb.org/webcasts/2016/... Thaler develops a story of how behavioural economic grows up and he summarizes a host of findings. This book breaks many my year-long c...

  • Alex Song
    Jul 19, 2017

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

    What is the value of 'Misbehaving' after 'Nudge' and 'Thinking Fast and Slow'? After all, 'Thinking' told us the discovery process by behavior science demigod. 'Nudge' explained how to apply behavior science to practical policy-making. 'Misbehaving' has its value independent from '...

    This book is by Richard Thaler, one of the founders of the field of behavioral economics. When he first started getting into this field, he faced mountainous obstacles, mostly from his fellow economists. For many years, he collaborated with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who are fam...

    First book I've returned to Audible (and Audible makes that astonishingly easy. not that I expect to need to do it often, but, my gosh, just a click and they send me back my money. impressive). As my three star rating indicates, this is not a Bad book at all. I listened to it for a...

    For someone without any background in economics before, this book is an eye-opener. It gives me many tools that I'm sure I can effectively use to argue with my friends in the future. It's also an easy read. Richard has many interesting stories to tell, each with many lessons to learn f...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. I wrote a brief article about how college doesn't teach you anything, and to my horror I realized that I already learned most of what this book has to say. For someone without any background in behavioral economics, I recommend reading this in con...

    It was once a cliche that economics theory dealt only with completely rational human beings, under the principle that this was the only way to develop workable models. Even though classical economists, from Smith to Keynes, had acknowledged that human behavior often deviated from the r...

    Yup - this is now (officially) the memoir/autobiography of the 2017 Nobel Prize Winner..... This was a lot of fun, but it is what it is. It's a career academic writing about his professional journey - basically the story of the evolution of his successful, productive, and (arguabl...

    This was a really fun read. It gives kind of a behind the scenes look at how the field came about from one of the most prominent creators of the field. ...

    ???? ?????? ??? ???? ???????? ??????? Behavioural Economics ?? ??????? ???? ?? ???? ??? ???? ?????. ???? ?????? ??? ?? ???? ??? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ????? ?????? ????...

    I enjoyed Thaler's ironic writing style in Misbehaving, his autobiographical history of the field of behavioral economics. Full disclosure: I didn't have a class with Thaler, but I attended the same University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, n/k/a Booth. I knew of him by reputa...

    A lot of books in my kindle collection were free downloads from a while back, which would cost anywhere from 0.99$ to 3.99$ if I were to buy them now. I also bought a few books for 0.99$. I recently went through my collection and books that no longer interest me, some of which I have n...

    I had to take this book back to the library today, so I don't have any of the funny stories from it to relate here (what? I should've taken notes?), but there were quite a few. Mr. Thaler might be lazy, but he's also a pretty good story-teller. However, what I really got out of this...

    ??? ?????? ????? ?? ????? ??? ???????? ??????? behavioral economics ????? ?? ???? ???????? ???? ??????? ????????. ??????? ???? ????? ??????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    This is a book about behavioral economics/finance as well about people doing it. Good overview of the field evolution from the inside. ...

    By Edward Chancellor The economics profession has been in the doldrums of late ? its leading practitioners failed to anticipate the financial tsunami that crashed over the global economy a few years back. Economists were out of touch - lost in their complex mathematical models tha...

    This was one of the best books on economics that I have read in a long time. It discusses the creation of evidence-based economics that work in a world of Humans as opposed to a world of Econs, humans that behave optimally ignoring numerous supposedly irrelevant factors. In this boo...

    The most recommended and must-not-missed book for people who interested in behavioral economics. The way professor Thaler unfold the theory is like his personal career journal. His writing style is super easy to read (except some part about finance and fund investment). I am very ex...

    I really liked this book (as I was expecting!). Thaler's writing is funny, simple and entertaining. I do like authors that while they're sharing knowledge, they are also making us laugh. I really liked to see this side of behavioural economics. And... even though I already wanted to ...

    Good enough for a 4 star rating. Some interesting results and good food for thought. A lot of it had previously been covered already by books like Nudge, Blink, The Tipping Point, etc. The last few chapters were unnecessary and I should have skipped them. ...

  • Gaufre
    Oct 29, 2017

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

    What is the value of 'Misbehaving' after 'Nudge' and 'Thinking Fast and Slow'? After all, 'Thinking' told us the discovery process by behavior science demigod. 'Nudge' explained how to apply behavior science to practical policy-making. 'Misbehaving' has its value independent from '...

    This book is by Richard Thaler, one of the founders of the field of behavioral economics. When he first started getting into this field, he faced mountainous obstacles, mostly from his fellow economists. For many years, he collaborated with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who are fam...

    First book I've returned to Audible (and Audible makes that astonishingly easy. not that I expect to need to do it often, but, my gosh, just a click and they send me back my money. impressive). As my three star rating indicates, this is not a Bad book at all. I listened to it for a...

    For someone without any background in economics before, this book is an eye-opener. It gives me many tools that I'm sure I can effectively use to argue with my friends in the future. It's also an easy read. Richard has many interesting stories to tell, each with many lessons to learn f...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. I wrote a brief article about how college doesn't teach you anything, and to my horror I realized that I already learned most of what this book has to say. For someone without any background in behavioral economics, I recommend reading this in con...

    It was once a cliche that economics theory dealt only with completely rational human beings, under the principle that this was the only way to develop workable models. Even though classical economists, from Smith to Keynes, had acknowledged that human behavior often deviated from the r...

    Yup - this is now (officially) the memoir/autobiography of the 2017 Nobel Prize Winner..... This was a lot of fun, but it is what it is. It's a career academic writing about his professional journey - basically the story of the evolution of his successful, productive, and (arguabl...

    This was a really fun read. It gives kind of a behind the scenes look at how the field came about from one of the most prominent creators of the field. ...

    ???? ?????? ??? ???? ???????? ??????? Behavioural Economics ?? ??????? ???? ?? ???? ??? ???? ?????. ???? ?????? ??? ?? ???? ??? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ????? ?????? ????...

    I enjoyed Thaler's ironic writing style in Misbehaving, his autobiographical history of the field of behavioral economics. Full disclosure: I didn't have a class with Thaler, but I attended the same University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, n/k/a Booth. I knew of him by reputa...

    A lot of books in my kindle collection were free downloads from a while back, which would cost anywhere from 0.99$ to 3.99$ if I were to buy them now. I also bought a few books for 0.99$. I recently went through my collection and books that no longer interest me, some of which I have n...

  • Oday_k
    Jul 13, 2018

    He?s taken his time and he?s waited his turn, but Richard Thaler has delivered the definitive book on Behavioral Economics, the one you can?t afford to miss. It?s a summary of the main findings, a history of how they came about and a preview of coming attractions, with due care...

    Thaler was one of the people who brought behavioural economics into being - and this book covers the story of his journey. He says that classic economics describes man as a logical creature, and bases its theories upon this idealised figure. In behavioural economics on the other hand, ...

    What is the value of 'Misbehaving' after 'Nudge' and 'Thinking Fast and Slow'? After all, 'Thinking' told us the discovery process by behavior science demigod. 'Nudge' explained how to apply behavior science to practical policy-making. 'Misbehaving' has its value independent from '...

    This book is by Richard Thaler, one of the founders of the field of behavioral economics. When he first started getting into this field, he faced mountainous obstacles, mostly from his fellow economists. For many years, he collaborated with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who are fam...

    First book I've returned to Audible (and Audible makes that astonishingly easy. not that I expect to need to do it often, but, my gosh, just a click and they send me back my money. impressive). As my three star rating indicates, this is not a Bad book at all. I listened to it for a...

    For someone without any background in economics before, this book is an eye-opener. It gives me many tools that I'm sure I can effectively use to argue with my friends in the future. It's also an easy read. Richard has many interesting stories to tell, each with many lessons to learn f...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. I wrote a brief article about how college doesn't teach you anything, and to my horror I realized that I already learned most of what this book has to say. For someone without any background in behavioral economics, I recommend reading this in con...

    It was once a cliche that economics theory dealt only with completely rational human beings, under the principle that this was the only way to develop workable models. Even though classical economists, from Smith to Keynes, had acknowledged that human behavior often deviated from the r...

    Yup - this is now (officially) the memoir/autobiography of the 2017 Nobel Prize Winner..... This was a lot of fun, but it is what it is. It's a career academic writing about his professional journey - basically the story of the evolution of his successful, productive, and (arguabl...

    This was a really fun read. It gives kind of a behind the scenes look at how the field came about from one of the most prominent creators of the field. ...

    ???? ?????? ??? ???? ???????? ??????? Behavioural Economics ?? ??????? ???? ?? ???? ??? ???? ?????. ???? ?????? ??? ?? ???? ??? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ????? ?????? ????...

    I enjoyed Thaler's ironic writing style in Misbehaving, his autobiographical history of the field of behavioral economics. Full disclosure: I didn't have a class with Thaler, but I attended the same University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, n/k/a Booth. I knew of him by reputa...

    A lot of books in my kindle collection were free downloads from a while back, which would cost anywhere from 0.99$ to 3.99$ if I were to buy them now. I also bought a few books for 0.99$. I recently went through my collection and books that no longer interest me, some of which I have n...

    I had to take this book back to the library today, so I don't have any of the funny stories from it to relate here (what? I should've taken notes?), but there were quite a few. Mr. Thaler might be lazy, but he's also a pretty good story-teller. However, what I really got out of this...

    ??? ?????? ????? ?? ????? ??? ???????? ??????? behavioral economics ????? ?? ???? ???????? ???? ??????? ????????. ??????? ???? ????? ??????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    This is a book about behavioral economics/finance as well about people doing it. Good overview of the field evolution from the inside. ...

    By Edward Chancellor The economics profession has been in the doldrums of late ? its leading practitioners failed to anticipate the financial tsunami that crashed over the global economy a few years back. Economists were out of touch - lost in their complex mathematical models tha...

    This was one of the best books on economics that I have read in a long time. It discusses the creation of evidence-based economics that work in a world of Humans as opposed to a world of Econs, humans that behave optimally ignoring numerous supposedly irrelevant factors. In this boo...

    The most recommended and must-not-missed book for people who interested in behavioral economics. The way professor Thaler unfold the theory is like his personal career journal. His writing style is super easy to read (except some part about finance and fund investment). I am very ex...

    I really liked this book (as I was expecting!). Thaler's writing is funny, simple and entertaining. I do like authors that while they're sharing knowledge, they are also making us laugh. I really liked to see this side of behavioural economics. And... even though I already wanted to ...

    Good enough for a 4 star rating. Some interesting results and good food for thought. A lot of it had previously been covered already by books like Nudge, Blink, The Tipping Point, etc. The last few chapters were unnecessary and I should have skipped them. ...

    I was terrible at econ, so I don't know why I keep reading books on the subject. Guess I must find them really fascinating! There were a lot of interesting points in Richard Thaler's journey to basically create behavioral economics. Mainly that people in the real world don't make d...

    If you?re a fan of economics, especially behavioral economics, this book is for you. Even if you?re not, you will probably still find this book interesting and readable. ...

    ???? ???????? ??????. ????????? ?????, ?????????, ???? ???????? ? ?????????. ????? ??????? ????????? ??????????, ?? ?? ? ??? ????? ????. ???? ??????? ?????...

    This is Thaler's professional autobiography, and I found it thrilling - a real page-turner. It talks though how Thaler and colleagues changed the 'standard' view of economics. It begins with Thaler's early career insights, where he realised there was something 'not quite right' wit...

    Saying that I enjoyed ALL of it would be an overstatement,,,but I still enjoyed a fair portion of it and for me it mostly served as a door step in this field, a field which I know next to nothing about but I feel like I need to start expand my knowledge in. ...