Monthly Archives: November 2014

THE MARKETPLACE OF PERCEPTIONS

In recent times, sub fields in economics such as “neuroecononomics” and “behavioral economics” have garnered much spotlight among both psychologists and economists. Recent articles by the the financial times as well as Harvard magazine have emphasized the growing importance of … Continue reading

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Forget the 1% – It’s the 0.1% who are really getting ahead in America.

A recent article published by The Economist this week outlines the high level of economic inequality in one of the world’s most developed economies – America.  This article reminded me of a TED Talk I watched recently where the speaker … Continue reading

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