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Nobel Laureate Daniel Kahneman discusses behavioral economics with scholars, business leaders

October 22, 2013 1785

Nobel laureate in economic science and CASBS Fellow Daniel Kahneman (psychology, 1978) presents the keynote address at the 2013 CASBS Behavioral Science Summit. The topic: Creativity & Innovation. Some 300 people attended this invitation-only event; we are pleased to share the keynote address with you below:

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