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Behavioral Economics, Explained

Behavioral Economics, Explained

On the occasion of the second edition of his Course in Behavioral Economics textbook, Erik Angner, faculty member, Department of Philosophy, and director, Philosophy, Politics, and Economics program, explains behavioral economics and how the discipline refines standard economic thought.

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Revenge of the Liberal Arts Major

Revenge of the Liberal Arts Major

Survey of 225 employers finds high demand for liberal arts majors because of their skills in areas such as spoken and written communication, skills that play a key role in a liberal arts education.

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