More behavioural and other links
- Tyler Cowen's thought-provoking analysis of national income accounting.
- 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.
- 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.