Author: Andrew Coleman
In the last two decades, economics rediscovered its psychological roots. It now imports insights about the way people act from psychology at an enormous rate. The economics based on these insights, which is known as behavioral economics, is taught in most economics programs. This note reviews this work in the context of saving and retirement income schemes.
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