by: Roger Dooley
Economists tend to start with the assumption that humans will behave in a rational manner when making decisions.
Neuroscientists have been working to explain how people make decisions between competing alternatives. Indeed, the field of neuroeconomics has emerged as a small but potentially important field of study.
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