Neuroeconomics is an emerging field in behavioral economics, combining economics, psychology, and neuroscience. It seeks to understand the complexity of the brain, previously the unknown ‘black box,’ and the impact of its substructures in economic decision-making.
With inequality at record highs, the consequences of economic inequality should be thoroughly examined.
While health and safety requirements are often necessary, countries often use these concerns in order to protect their local markets.
Donald Trump’s surprise victory and a weak pricing environment will challenge the American solar energy industry.
For over a century, different opinions have formed about the causes of economic “booms and busts,” an apparent cycle of financial activity. The Austrian and Keynesian schools of thought completely disagree on this matter, and the pertinent solutions. Who is right—and why?
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The combined policies of the BoJ and the Japanese Ministry of Finance have been controversial. But have they […]
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Contradictory to traditional economic theory, acting in the interest of others can positively impact personal success. (SOURCE http://debmillswriter.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Blog-Give-and-Take-by-Adam-Grant-cminds.net_1.jpg) […]