Can Behavioral Economics Be Saved?
Statistical Manipulation Has Led To Embarrassing Results, But the Field Is Working Hard to Maintain Integrity
You might think that’s a funny question, because it is all the rage now in academia. Last month’s Harvard Law Review featured an article by Ryan Bubb & Richard Pildes arguing that behavioral economics does not go far enough. But an article in this month’s Pacific Standard by Jerry Adler reveals a growing problem with …
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