Behavioral economics is one of the hottest fields in academia, and also one of the most controversial.
Researchers in the field are examining how cognitive, social and emotional biases can influence individuals' decision-making. Why, for example, do poor people often get caught in a cycle of debt that has harmful long-term consequences? Why don't Americans save enough for retirement?
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