Book Review of Deception in Markets: An Economic Analysis, Edited by Caroline Gerschlager

Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 67(2) August: 536-538.

3 Pages Posted: 10 Mar 2021

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Edward Peter Stringham

Trinity College; American Institute for Economic Research

Date Written: July 28, 2007

Abstract

The modern economic analyses of deception in markets is analyzed in this volume, and the particular focus is on economic concepts such as behavior and rationality in relation to deception. Behavioral developments in economics and finance are presented challenging the basic concepts of rationality and self-interest.

Keywords: new institutional economics, new classical macroeconomics, behavioral economics and finance

JEL Classification: A12, H30, K42

Suggested Citation

Stringham, Edward Peter, Book Review of Deception in Markets: An Economic Analysis, Edited by Caroline Gerschlager (July 28, 2007). Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 67(2) August: 536-538. , Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2088207

Edward Peter Stringham (Contact Author)

Trinity College ( email )

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American Institute for Economic Research ( email )

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Great Barrington, MA 01230
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