Behavioral Economics and The Pattern of Thought

A very interesting interview about Biases in Human Judgement, here are key take aways; The area of Behavioral Economics pioneered by 2 Israeli social scientists; Daniel Kahneman & Amos Tversky Human Mind not wired to make probabilistic judgements a) Blindness to statistical truths b) Better in story telling-skewed in predictable […]

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European Economy & Financial Future: An American View: by Professor Lawrence H. Summers

Lecture was hosted by The American Academy in Berlin. Some talking points include; German Centrality to Europe Recent Financial Crisis in Europe as Compared to 1920 where a similar technological boom occurred (demonstrating importance of achieving both Economic growth + Financial Management/balanced income distribution) Reflection on European Single Market & Monetary […]

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