Jokes about Geithner, anti-behavioural econ, promises and pricing without a model

  1. My latest guest post at missmarketcrash, with fun videos
  2. Stuart Derbyshire's attack on behavioural economics - I don't agree with him about the field in general, but he has some good arguments against aspects of it. I am debating Stuart at the Battle for the Economy next week so if you come along you'll have the chance to see us have it out in person
  3. Tim Harford on why promises are important (for policymakers, but there's a similar argument for individuals too)
  4. Danny Devito sets prices without a behavioural model to help him


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