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Volume 51, Issue 5


Psychology and Economics

Kotlán, Viktor

Year: 2001   Volume: 51   Issue: 5   Pages: 307-310

Abstract: This article summarizes a recent seminar of the Czech Economic Association devoted to the relationship between psychology and economics. While economic methodology strives for scientific reasoning, the course of this pursuit often results in the neglect of the behavioral aspects of economic agents. A paper, presented at the seminar, and the discussion afterward showed that psychology may enrich economic thinking about reality.

JEL classification: A12, B41

Keywords: methodology; psychology and economics


RePEc: n/a

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