Risk Aversion and the Endowment Effect: Behavioral Economics 101

For decades, economists have modeled human decision-making using the assumption that humans are rational and selfish. But if psychology can teach us anything, it is that humans are anything but rational, and not always selfish. Behavioural economics tries to remedy this oversight on the part of the economists.

Contributed by: David Simmons

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