Advances in economic psychology

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John Wiley, 1997 - Business & Economics - 314 pages
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This important new text reflects the diversity of approaches to economic psychology. The chapters focus on the role of culture and politics, consumer behaviour, financial behaviour, issues related to how managers and business persons make decisions, and imaginative experiments. The volume includes several contributions from each of these areas and reflects the latest state of affairs concerning cooperation between economists and psychologists. This international volume includes leading European researchers from ten countries and will be a valuable resource for students and researchers at this increasingly important interface of disciplines.

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Market Oriented Economy and the Polish SoulLess Romanticism
Lines of Causality Between Democracy and Economic Development
A Crosscountry Comparison

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About the author (1997)

Gerrit Antonides is Associate Professor of Economic Psychology in the Faculty of Economics and a Fellow of the Tinbergen Institute at Erasmus University Rotterdam. W. Fred van Raaij is Professor of Marketing and Marketing Communication and Director of the research institute ERASM at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam.

Shlomo Maital lives and teaches in Israel, and has a seasonal appointment as Visiting Professor at MIT's Sloan School of Management. He is author of "Minds, Money and Markets: Psychological Foundations of Economic Behavior" (1982) and "Economic Games People Play" (1984).

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