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Information and Decision in Behavioral Economics

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Adam Biela

The book presents an integrative viewpoint of behavioral economics as an approach to analyze the behavior of decision-makers in various economic situations. Special attention is paid to the significance of experimental methods, enabling for example the collection of information for a decision-maker in a dynamic decision situation, to reduce uncertainty. In addition, behavioral economics offers the possibility to study human choices in the context of the economic life of people, also considering their perception of reality in their own cognitive categories.