More behavioural and other links

  1. Tyler Cowen's thought-provoking analysis of national income accounting.
  2. From Cheap Talk (also via Tyler), Is behavioural economics doomed? Linking to Cheap Talk rather than the original David Levine paper because there are a few interesting comments on that version.
  3. A piece by Christopher Caldwell (no relation) in the FT on addiction and Gene Heyman's book Addiction: A Disorder of Choice. I don't think I fully agree with his political/moral point but he has a couple of interesting notes on intertemporal optimisation and the serial nature of choice.

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