Tag Archives: behavioral economics

Thinking fast and slow

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Image from David Plunkert, New York Times

My foray into armchair behavioral economics continues with my latest article at Accelerate. What are the pros and cons of reacting quickly to circumstances vs contemplating? There are instances for both, but it’s important to know when those times may be. I hope you enjoy it.

Our biases related to our perception of risk

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I love the interaction of behavioral economics and health care, though I fully admit to being an armchair, Monday morning “behavioral economist.” But I can play one on the internet.

This article was originally posted about a month ago but taken down as it was erroneously put on the site too early. Here is the final version, in all it’s glory.