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There is no doubt that behavioral economics is becoming a dominant lens through which we think about economics. Behavioral economics is not a single school of thought but representative of a range of approaches, and uniquely, this volume presents an overview of them. The wide spectrum of international contributors each provides an exploration of a central approach, aspect or topic in behavorial economics. Taken together, the whole volume provides a comprehensive overview of the subject which considers both key developments and future possibilities. Part One presents several different approaches to behavioural economics, including George Katona, Ken Boulding, Harvey Leibenstein, Vernon Smith, Herbert Simon, Gerd Gigerenzer, Daniel Kahneman, and Richard Thaler. This section looks at the origins and development of behavioral economics and compares and contrasts the work of these scholars who have been so influential in making this area so prominent. Part Two presents applications of behavioural economics including nudging; heuristics; emotions and morality; behavioural political economy, education, and economic innovation. The Routledge Handbook of Behavioral Economics is ideal for advanced economics students and faculty who are looking for a complete state-of-the-art overview of this dynamic field.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 434 pages
  • 174 x 246 x 27.94mm | 884g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 25 black & white illustrations, 7 black & white tables, 25 black & white line drawings
  • 1138821144
  • 9781138821149

About Roger Frantz

Roger Frantz is Professor of Economics at San Diego State University, USA. Shu-Heng Chen is Professor at the Department of Economics at National Chengchi University, Taiwan. Kurt Dopfer is Professor at the Department of Economics, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland. Floris Heukelom is Assistant Professor at Nijmegen School of Management, Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands. Shabnam Mousavi is Assistant Professor at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, Johns Hopkins University, USA.show more

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'This Handbook provides a good coverage of contemporary behavioral economic topics and is written by an excellent group of authors' - Gerrit Antonides, Wageningen University, The Netherlands 'This book contains a great collection of chapters on behavioral economics. It is distinguished by the diversity of its subject matter and the distinctiveness of its authors. If you want genuine insights and viewpoints as well as analyses not found elsewhere, please read the Handbook of Behavioral Economics. It is loaded with gems that contrast the unrealism of neoclassical economics with the realism of excellent behavioral economics.' - John Tomer, Manhattan College, USA.show more

Table of contents

Part 1: Approaches to Behavioral Economics 1. Evolution of Behavioral Economics Peter Earl 2. Evolutionary Behavioral Economics Kurt Dopfer 3. A Bounded Rationality Assessment of the New Behavioral Economics Morris Altman 4. George Katona: A Pioneer in Behavioral Economics Richard Curtin 5. Behavioral Economics in Reinhard Selten's School Shbnam Mousavi, and Reza Kheirandish 6. Daniel Kahneman and the Behavioral Economics of Cognitive Mistakes F Floris Heukelom 7. Richard Thaler's Behavioral Economics of Welfare F Floris Heukelom 8. Minsky's Insights: Behavioral Elements of Financial Crises Hersh Shefrin 9. Herbert Simon's Behavioral Economics Esther-Mirjam Sent 10. Ken Boulding Stefan Kesting 11. Hayek, Morgenstern and Mises Via Harvey Leibenstein, and Frank Knight: A Behavioral Economics Example of Vienna and Chicago Roger Frantz 12. The Ecological Rationality of Behavioural Economics Gerd Gigerenzer and Shabnam Mousavi 13. Computational Behavioral Economics Shu-Heng Chen 14. Neuroscience Biological Foundations of Economic Decision-Making Ming Hsu Part 2: Applications of Behavioral Economics 14. Empirically Informed Regulation Cass Sunstein 15. Behavioral Decision: Lessons from Literature Richard Zeckhauser and Devjani Roy 16. Behavioral Macroeconomics: time, optimism and animal spirits Michelle Baddeley 17. Behavioral Innovation Economics Jason Potts 18. Behavioral Political Economy Gigi Foster and Paul Frijters 19. Behavioral Education Economics Sean Leaver 20. Behavioral rules - Veblen, Nelson-Winter, Ostrom Georg Blind 21. Relative Thinking Ofer H Azar 22. Smart Societies Shu-Heng Chen, Bin-Tzong Chie, and Chung-Ching Tai 23. Behavior and Interaction in Agent-based Models Andreas Pyka 24. Behavioral Economics and Labor Economics Shirley Wang 25. Morality as a Variable Constraint on Economic Behavior Daniel Friedman 26. Motivation as a Problem in Behavioral Economics Caroline Gerschlager 27. Generic Principles of Institutional Evolution: Lessons from Veblen, Hayek and Schumpeter Manuel Wackerle 28. Behavioral Economics and Entrepreneurship Thomas Grebel 29. Emotion Nina Bandelj 30. Subjective Well Being Anke Plagnol 31. Philosophical Aspects of Behavioral Economics Erik Angner 32. Behavioral Economics in the Lab Paul Zakshow more