In some respects, Robert Shiller is the man who made Behavioral Economics famous. His book, Animal Spirits, was one of the first mainstream publications on the subject. That’s why if you have an hour of time to set aside, we encourage you to press play on the video below. Come learn about cognitive dissonance, gambling behavior, and the psychology of investing.
Robert Shiller Explains Behavioral Economics
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