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Why Is Nobel-Winning Economist Richard Thaler So Jovial?

When Professor Richard Thaler of the University of Chicago received the news that he had won the Nobel Memorial Prize in

Indexing; Valid But Flawed

My latest post for Alpha Baskets is published and is a two-fer that includes the following; And speaking of behaviors, by now you know that Richard Thaler, a very well regarded behavioral economist won the Nobel Prize in economics. I got to e-meet Dr. Thaler on an AdvisorShares AlphaCall a couple of years ago. Most […]

An Irrational Choice: Behavioural Economist wins Nobel Prize

A round--up of reactions to behavioral economist Richard Thaler's selection for the so-called Nobel Prize for Economics.

Do People Like Government 'Nudges'? Apparently Yes

Government initiatives to prod people to make better decisions got a lot of attention after Richard Thaler won a Nobel in economics for his work on nudging. On Oct. 9, Richard Thaler of the University of Chicago won the Nobel Prize for his extraordinary, world-transforming work in behavioral economics. Show More Summary

Weekend Reading: $7 Trillion To Manipulate Prices

Authoreed by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, As the stock market continues to press new highs, the level of optimism climbs with it. I discussed yesterday Richard Thaler’s, a recent recipient of the Nobel Price in Economics,...Show More Summary

Richard Thaler Talks About Silly (but Serious) Things

The Nobel Prize winner talks about quirks, nudges and “fun money,” all staples of the field he helped create, behavioral economics.

Economist Richard Thaler is a Nobel winner we arty types can love

Richard Thaler, the University of Chicago economist from the Booth School of Business who won the Nobel Prize on Monday, is an economist we cultural pontificates can love. Why? Simple. His work embraces human irrationality. Some of us get to write about that every day. Another word for human irrationality...

Richard Thaler Wins Economics Nobel for Recognizing People Are Irrational

Richard Thaler of the University of Chicago, considered one of the founding fathers of behavioral economics, won the 2017 Nobel prize in economics for his influential work on how human nature affects markets. Thaler won the $1.1-million prize for “understanding the psychology of economics,” Swedish Academy of Sciences secretary Goran Hansson said. Show More Summary

On Richard Thaler Receiving The Nobel Prize

On Richard Thaler Receiving The Nobel Prize This is a Sveriges Bank Prize in Economic Science in Memory of Alfred Nobel that I should approve of unequivocally, and I do approve of it. Dick Thaler has long been known to be on the list of likely recipients since at least when Daniel Kahneman shared it […]

Richard Thaler, Nobel laureate

Richard Thaler of the University of Chicago has been awarded the 2017 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences “for his contributions to behavioural economics”. This column, written by one of his early co-authors, provides a personal perspective...Show More Summary

2017 Sveriges Riksbank Prize

(National Science Foundation) The 2017 Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel has been awarded to Richard H. Thaler of the University of Chicago 'for his contributions to behavioral economics.' Thaler's research incorporates findings from psychology into the analysis of economic decision-making. Show More Summary

Bubble Juice? Shiller’s CAPE Ratio Now Above 1929 Black Tuesday Level With Historically Low Volatility

Recently-minted Nobel Laureate Richard Thaler from University of Chicago confessed his puzzlement (and nervousness) at the historically low stock market volatility.  The post Bubble Juice? Shiller’s CAPE Ratio Now Above 1929 Black Tuesday Level With Historically Low Volatility was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!

Kass Warns: "The Probability Of A Flash Crash Grows Exponentially"

Submitted via Doug Kass, "We seem to be living in the riskiest moment of our lives, and yet the stock market seems to be napping. I admit to not understanding it.' --Dr. Richard Thaler, Nobel Prize winner In an interview with Bloomberg...Show More Summary

Richard Thaler’s work demonstrates why economics is hard

RICHARD THALER has won the Nobel prize in economic sciences this year for his contributions to behavioural economics. It's a well-deserved prize and a clarifying one, as far as economics is concerned.

Why Thaler’s Nobel is a well-deserved nudge for behavioural economics

Richard Thaler has won the Nobel memorial prize in economics, an award that had been anticipated for some time. Mr Thaler is a behavioural economist, one of the group of economists who applies insights from psychology, or perhaps plain common sense, into the idealised world of economic modelling. One trivial behavioural insight that Mr Thaler […]

Nobel Laureate Richard Thaler: "We Seem To Be Living In The Riskiest Market Of Our Lives"

Robert Shiller isn’t the only Nobel Laureate who’s worried the US stock market is sleepwalking toward disaster. In an interview with Bloomberg’s Jeanna Smialek, Thaler, who was awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences on...Show More Summary

nudging the economists (guest post by juan pablo pardo-guerra)

It is the best of prizes. It is the worst of prizes. Let me focus on the latter. On Monday, the renowned behavioral economist Richard Thaler was awarded the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel Prize in Economics. For the Washington Post, the award made “economics more human—and real”. For […]

When investors get stuck in the past

THE award of the Nobel economics prize to Richard Thaler is a reminder that economics has been struggling, in the past 30 years, to adapt its models to the real-life decision-making processes of actual humans. The problem applies as much in investment as anywhere else.

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