What Can Neuroeconomics Tell Us About Economics ( and Vice Versa ) ?

@inproceedings{May2012WhatCN,
  title={What Can Neuroeconomics Tell Us About Economics ( and Vice Versa ) ?},
  author={Mark May},
  year={2012}
}
Neuroeconomics is now a relatively well established discipline at the intersection of neuroscience, psychology and economics. It has its own societies, conferences, textbooks1 and graduate courses. The number of articles2 that contain the word ‘neuroeconomics’has grown from essentially zero in 2000 to around 900 a year in 2009 and 2010. The mainstream media has found the concept of neuroeconomics fascinating, with articles regularly appearing in many major newspapers and magazines. The idea… CONTINUE READING

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