In 'Misbehaving,' an Economics Professor Isn't Afraid to Attack His Own

Published on May 05, 2015

The New York Times calls Richard Thaler's new book, "Misbehaving," "a sly and somewhat subversive history of his profession" that is "engrossing and highly relevant." "But sometimes, as with the work of academics like Professor Thaler who are willing to question even the most deeply held institutional convictions, it has led to genuine advances in how we view the world."

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