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Basic Instincts: An Economics Must-Read - August 22nd, 2008

Hi everyone,

Anyone interested in Economics should read the new book by Pete Lunn called Basic Instincts: Human Nature and the New Economics.

It offers some great cutting edge theories on behavioural and psychological economics, and how a good understanding of human behaviour can better the way the economy works.

A very interesting read for anyone studying Economics, or anyone who is generally interested in economical issues.

You can find extracts, author interviews and reviews at http://www.inthenews.co.uk/entertainment/reviews/books/non-fiction/basic-instincts-human-nature-and-new-economics-by-pete-lunn-$1235586.htm

Hope you find the ideas raised interesting and helpful!
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Re: Basic Instincts: An Economics Must-Read - April 28th, 2016

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Hi everyone,

Anyone interested in Economics should read the new book by Pete Lunn called Basic Instincts: Human Nature and the New Economics.

It offers some great cutting edge theories on behavioural and psychological economics, and how a good understanding of human behaviour can better the way the economy works.

A very interesting read for anyone studying Economics, or anyone who is generally interested in economical issues.

You can find extracts, author interviews and reviews at http://www.inthenews.co.uk/entertainment/reviews/books/non-fiction/basic-instincts-human-nature-and-new-economics-by-pete-lunn-$1235586.htm

Hope you find the ideas raised interesting and helpful!
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