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Review of Reviews: “A Behavioral Economics Analysis of Will Making Preferences: When to Begin and Who Should Have the Most Input,” Minnesota J. of Int’l Law (forthcoming 2023)

Tina Cockburn, faculty of law, Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia, et al.

If you’ve never looked into cognitive science and behavioral economics, you can have a lot of fun, and learn some fascinating things, by reading Daniel Kahneman’s book, Thinking Fast and Slow. Or if you just can’t imagine reading a 499-page non-fiction book, then how about a 368-page spritely written dual biography, which is Michael Lewis’ The Undoing Project, about the friendship of Kahneman, his great collaborator, Amos Tversky, and the area of inquiry they almost double

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