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Handling COVID-19 and Climate Change, a Familiar Tragedy Looms

Andrei Mihai

Handling COVID-19 and Climate Change, a Familiar Tragedy Looms

What do green pastures, COVID-19, and climate change have in common? More than you probably think, it´s all about the "Tragedy of the Commons".

Richard Thaler: No Regular Economist

Hersh Shefrin

Richard Thaler: No Regular Economist

From cashew nuts to behavioural economics: Hersh Shefrin provides a personal perspective on Nobel Laureate Richard Thaler's major contributions to research on people’s limited rationality, their perceptions about fairness and their lack of self-control.From cashew nuts to behavioural economics: Hersh Shefrin provides a personal perspective on Nobel Laureate Richard Thaler's major contributions to research on people’s limited rationality, their perceptions about fairness and their lack of self-control.

Integrating Economics With Psychology – Prize in Economic Sciences 2017

Romesh Vaitilingam

Integrating Economics With Psychology – Prize in Economic Sciences 2017

The 2017 Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel is awarded to Richard H. Thaler ‘for his contributions to behavioural economics’2017 Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel is awarded to Richard H. Thaler ‘for his contributions to behavioural economics’

Matthew Wilson

The economic impact of beliefs

#LindauEcon14 participant Matthew S. Wilson explores how our beliefs about the effectiveness of monetary policy could themselves lead to the desired outcome.