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Kahneman (and Tversky) published in both psychology (mostly) and
economics journals, and their work was on decision making. It is
unfortunate that economists have more or less successfully monopolized
decision-making, but the topic is really of interest to sociologists and
psychologists as much as it is to economists. In fact, one could argue
that K&T helped convince economists to take psychology a lot more
seriously, paving the way for the influence of new scholars such as
Barry Wellman wrote:
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> Doesn't Kahneman's work focus on economics.
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