The case for mindful economics

@inproceedings{Camerer2007TheCF,
  title={The case for mindful economics},
  author={Colin F. Camerer},
  year={2007}
}
my lab group members, and many others for useful conversations. Do not quote or circulate without permission. 1 " The besetting fallacy of writers on economic method has been justly said to be the fallacy of exclusiveness. A single aspect or department of economic study is alone kept in view, and the method appropriate thereto aggrandized, while other methods, of equal importance in their proper place, are neglected or even explicitly rejected. Hence, the disputants on both sides, while rightly… CONTINUE READING

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