The millennial survival and dominance of patrimonial firms.
Archive for the ‘Psychology’ Category
Our brains can fool us into thinking we have psychic powers
Psychological research explains by people who would not save government in general are mad when it isn’t available in particular
Glenn and I recently chatted about behavioral economics: its strengths and its limitations as a guide for public policy in health, development, and poverty policy. I start by trying to explain what behavioral economics actually is. As a bonus feature, I provide a disgusting oozing eyeball example.
Asking whether we should have bailed out Lehman Brothers is the wrong question
Evidence matters more in criminal cases when the defendant fits the juror’s stereotype of the typical offender
Belief in Bigfoot and other strange theories is a product of inherent limitations of human thinking
Why do we remember politicians as being against things they were for, and vice versa?