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Investors can use the tools described in this book, including better and more prevalent use of data, along with an an understanding of the power of incentives to make better decisions.
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This is because of religious fasting during the month of Ramadan; when pregnant mothers fast, their children are more likely to have disorders. It seems part of the human condition to believe in our own predictive abilities - and, just as well, to quickly forget how badly our predictions turned out to be.
Are people hardwired for altruism or selfishness? McCall that he himself was a peer reviewer in the issue of The Journal of Law and Economics, that Lott had not engaged in bribery paying for extra costs of printing and postage for a conference issue is customaryand that he knew that "scholars with varying opinions" including Levitt himself had been invited to participate.
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Levitt, Stephen J. Dubner We'd love you to buy this book, and hope you find this page convenient in locating a place of purchase. Many of our decisions, both inside and outside the investment world, are often based on anecdotal information, anomalies, emotions, or existing opinions.
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2 CONTENTS An Explanatory Note In which we admit to lying in our previous book. Introduction: Putting the Freak in Economics In which the global financial meltdown is entirely ignored in.
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