NEUROECONOMICS: A REJOINDER

@article{Harrison2008NEUROECONOMICSAR,
  title={NEUROECONOMICS: A REJOINDER},
  author={Glenn W. Harrison},
  journal={Economics and Philosophy},
  year={2008},
  volume={24},
  pages={533 - 544}
}
  • G. Harrison
  • Published 1 November 2008
  • Philosophy
  • Economics and Philosophy
Nobody in this debate questions the point that neuroeconomics remains full of potential, and little else as yet. If so, that really is progress of sorts. I was getting afraid that we would have to open nominations for the Captain Ahab Award for obsessive work on the promotion of neuroeconomics. 
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