Robert Shiller: An economy incentivizes people to be manipulative

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Robert Shiller: An economy incentivizes people to be manipulative


Published on Oct 8, 2015
Yale University Professor of Economics Robert Shiller on his new book ‘Phishing for Phools,’ which talks about how the economy incentivizes deceptiveness and why there is a sense of instability holding back the economy.
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Robert Shiller: An economy incentivizes people to be manipulative

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