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Contents Series Foreword vii List of Contributors ix I Introduction 1 1 Economics and Psychology: Developments and Issues 3 Bruno S. Frey and Alois Stutzer II Pro-Social Behavior and Trust 17 2 Conditional Cooperation: Behavioral Regularities from the Lab and the Field and Their Policy Implications 19 Simon Ga¿chter 3 A Survey of Economic Theories and Field Evidence on Pro- Social Behavior 51 Stephan Meier 4 Why Women and Men Trust Others 89 Iris Bohnet III Neuroeconomics 111 5 Neuroeconomics: Illustrated by the Study of Ambiguity- Aversion 113 Colin Camerer, Meghana Bhatt, and Ming Hsu IV Economics and Happiness 153 6 Happiness and Public Policy: A Challenge to the Profession Richard Layard 7 What Happiness Research Can Tell Us about Self-Control Problems and Utility Misprediction 169 Alois Stutzer and Bruno S. Frey V Procedural Utility and Decision-Making Mechanisms 197 8 The Relevance of Procedural Utility for Economics 199 Matthias Benz 9 The Helping Hand¿A Brief Anatomy 229 Felix Oberholzer-Gee VI Evaluation 241 10 Efficient Social Engineering and Realistic Cognitive Modeling: A Psychologist¿s Thoughts 243 Ralph Hertwig Index 271
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Economics -- Psychological aspects.