3 thoughts on “Behavioural economics – a critique of its policy conclusions”

  1. Posted 05/01/2017 at 08:38 | Permalink

    ” this is my last public statement as Academic and Research Director at the IEA.”

    Philip, I do hope this doesn’t mean that we will be losing your contributions, which are always thoughtful and worth reading.

    By the way, can I add a sixth cost of regulation? That of the regulators themselves. For example, I believe that the FSA alone has around 4000 staff.

  2. Posted 06/01/2017 at 14:43 | Permalink

    don’t worry, I won’t disappear altogether. Thank you for your comment. Yes, that is another cost.

  3. Posted 06/01/2017 at 18:19 | Permalink

    I agree with HJ. Prof Booth writes in a manner that sheds light, rather than to prove a point. We could with more, not less of that.

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