Behavioral Economics (Nobel Prize) Lecture

There is a bounty of useful teaching materials for economics lecturer on the net nowdays. Today, I want to point out to the lectures of and interviews with Nobel laureates in economics. For instance, students could learn more about bounded rationality, intuitive judgement, and choice by following Daniel Kahneman’s 2002 Nobel prize lecture on webcast. They could listen to 2002 economics Nobel laureate Vernon Smith, lecturing on Constructivist and Ecological Rationality in Economics.
Listen also to the joint interview with both Kahneman and Smith.


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