Dec

10

For a while now I have written about the rising dangers and misuse of behavioral economics. The author of this article agrees and goes a lot further.

The rise of behavioural thinking in economics and finance subordinates scientific measures of well-being, underestimates human potential, stymies the pursuit of rational debate and, ultimately, hampers progress writes Ben Hunt.


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