Behavioral Economics

Study of psychology as it relates to economic decision making processes of individuals and institutions. It explores why people sometimes make irrational decisions, why and how their behavior does not follow the predictions of economic models. Standard economic model includes unbounded rationality, unbounded willpower and unbounded selfishness.
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