Behavioral Economics Book Recommendations

While searching the Geary Behaviour Center I found a wonderful list of behavioral economic books. Let me know what you think .

“Judgement Under Uncertainty: Heurisics and Biases” is a classic

“Advances in Behavioural Economics” is still the best for me in the relatively recent field

“Nudge” is the recent work by Thaler and Sunstein that has created a great deal of discussion

Ariely’s “Predictably Irrational” details much of his experimental work

Camerer’s “behavioural game theory” is a tougher trip but worth it

Exotic Preferences by Lowenstein is a great overview of his and others work on preference formation, emotion and decision making

Frey and Stutzer’s book on economics and psychology is below

On the Irish front, Peter Lunn has recently a book lately called Basic Instincts

*Note: List Taken from Geary Behaviour Center (from here)

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10. August 2008 by Miguel Barbosa
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