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Podcast from Sydney


The brilliant Melinda Cooper introduced me last December when I was in Sydney, and this podcast is a talk that I gave based on my ALH article, and which discusses Michael Lewis's rather hubristic assessment that he invented behavioral economics on his own before he wrote a book about behavioral economists (Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky as pictured in Lewis's book, above).


You can hear the whole talk here.

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