Thinking, Fast and Slow

Thinking, Fast and Slow - Daniel Kahneman I have read a fair number of books on behavioural economics in the past and was really looking forward to reading this one.It is a good book, a lot of what Kahneman has written about in here has been the foundation off the subject, and was no doubt the reason that he was awarded the Nobel Prize. There is lots of good stuff in here about how people make choices, and how the various systems in the mind can benefit and hinder the way people make those choices.However, the book can ramble on a bit, and would have benefitted from better editing. Much preferred reading Nudge and the Decisive Moment.

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