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Strategic Misrepresentation: The Blind Spot in Behavioral Economics

Behavioral economists criticize conventional economics for being blind to actual human behavior. But behavioral economics has its own blindness — political bias.

Pinocchio (source: Wikimedia Commons).

Strategic misrepresentation is the tendency to…

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Bent Flyvbjerg

Bent Flyvbjerg

Professor at University of Oxford and IT University of Copenhagen. Writes about project management. https://www.linkedin.com/in/flyvbjerg/

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