This volume brings together contributions to the burgeoning research area of behavioral economics from a number of well-known international scholars in the field. Topics covered include 'irrational' conducts; imperfect self-knowledge; imperfect memory; time and utility; and experimental practices in psychology, economics, and finance. This book will provide a point of entry to anyone wishing to discover what the intellectual terrain between economics and psychology looks like.
Isabelle Brocas is Assistant Professor at the University of Southern California, and Assistant Professor (on leave) at the Free University of Brussels. She is also a research affiliate at CEPR, a research advisor at EERC (Russia), and co-editor of the 'Annals of Marie Curie Fellows Association'.
Juan D. Carrillo is Associate Professor at the University of Southern California, and is currently on leave from the Free University of Brussels. He is also a research affiliate at CEPR, a research advisor at EERC (Russia), and Associate Editor of the Spanish Economic Review.