Humanist Economics?

The following were looked at as part of our discussion on Humanist Economics:

messenger, incentives, norms, defaults, salience, priming, affect, commitments, and ego.

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  1. This was a lively and enjoyable discussion.

    The short video on monkey behaviour and the insights it gave into human economics were interesting. It was also useful to hear the potential impact of inequality over a range of factors within society from the video featuring Richard Wilkinson (who wrote “The Spirit Level”).

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