Misbehaving: The Making of Behavioural Economics. Richard H. Thaler. Penguin Random House, 2015.
I begin this review of Richard Thaler’s new book with a gripe, or rather a double gripe, about its title. Thaler, arguably the world’s leading behavioural economist and one of its early pioneers, perhaps feels as though his career has been a 40-year odyssey of misbehaving in […]