June and July 2022 posts
What was on deck through June and July 2022
My major output for the last couple of months was in Works in Progress. Back in 2015 I gave a speech lamenting the accumulation of biases in behavioural economics and the deficit of work developing a unifying model. I wanted to have a second stab at the topic, and this article on Works in Progress is it.
Otherwise, posts on Jason Collins blog in June and July were:
A critique of the evidence that I used in that 2015 speech. I did not reference one experiment that I would reference today (nor that I referenced in the Works in Progress article).
Some notes on the Works in Progress article, including links to other academic articles that call for the need for more theory in the behavioural sciences.
I also released a new set of course notes for a subject I teach on Consumer Financial Decision Making.
As always, comments and feedback welcome.