Are (intuitive) people (rational) economic agents?: what should be the impact of the critique of economies' agency assumptions on business economics

Williams, M. 2003. Are (intuitive) people (rational) economic agents?: what should be the impact of the critique of economies' agency assumptions on business economics. in: Papanikos, G.T. and Veloutsou, C. (ed.) Global issues of business: selected papers from the 1st International Conference on Business on 26-29 June 2003 Athens, Greece Athens Institute for Education and Research. pp. 7-20

Chapter titleAre (intuitive) people (rational) economic agents?: what should be the impact of the critique of economies' agency assumptions on business economics
AuthorsWilliams, M.
EditorsPapanikos, G.T. and Veloutsou, C.
Book titleGlobal issues of business: selected papers from the 1st International Conference on Business on 26-29 June 2003
Page range7-20
Year2003
PublisherAthens Institute for Education and Research
Publication dates
Published2003
Place of publicationAthens, Greece
ISBN9608782228

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