Advances in Behavioral Economics
The Roundtable Series in Behavioral Economics
The Roundtable Series in Behavioral Economics aims to advance research in the new interdisciplinary ﬁeld of behavioral economics. Behavioral economics uses facts, models, and methods from neighboring sciences to establish descriptively accurate ﬁndings about human cognitive ability and social interaction and to explore the implications of these ﬁndings for economic behavior. The most fertile neighboring science in recent decades has been psychology, but sociology, anthropology, biology, and other ﬁelds can usefully inﬂuence economics as well. The Roundtable Series publishes books in economics that are deeply rooted in empirical ﬁndings or methods from one or more neighboring sciences and advance economics on its own terms—generating theoretical insights, making more accurate predictions of ﬁeld phenomena, and suggesting better policy.