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De Irrationaliteit van de gedragseconomie

Irrationaliteit van de gedragseconomie Piet Keizer Associate Professor of Economic Methodology, Utrecht University School of economics – 03/05/2018 Inleiding De opmars van de gedragseconomie houdt aan. Het fenomeen ‘nudge’ wordt herkend en steeds meer toegepast. In ons land is de … Continue reading

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The World is in Need of Mental Progress

                     The World is in Need of Mental Progress The Western world is on its return, and we know it. Inner weakness makes it difficult to compete with China and Russia, and to keep control over the robots, which might … Continue reading

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WHY NATIONS FAIL ACCORDING TO ACEMOGLU

Why Nations Fail according to Daron Acemoglu In 2012 Daron Acemoglu and James Robinson (AR) published a book titled Why Nations Fail. A large number of persons and organisations are recommending this book, among them 6 Nobel Laureates. The cover … Continue reading

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