Herding, Social Influence and Economic Decision-Making: Socio-Psychological and Neuroscientific Analyses
Typically, modern economics has steered away from the analysis of sociological and psychological factors and has focused on narrow behavioural assumptions in which expectations are formed on the basis of mathematical algorithms. Blending together ideas from the social and behavioural sciences, this...
|Published in:||Philosophical transactions, Vol. 365, No. 1538 (2010), p. 281-290|
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