Metaeconomics: Tempering Excessive Greed (Palgrave Advances in Behavioral Economics) (Paperback)

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1. Introduction2. Landscape of the Metaeconomics Framework and Dual Interest Theory3. Drifting Isles and Re-Integration on the Metaeconomics Continent4. Formal Metaeconomics: Recycling Choices5. Metaeconomics as Behavioral Economics and the Focus on Happiness6. Elections Policy: Voting Is Not Only About Self-Interest7. Financial Policy: Tempering Greed8. Food Policy: Stability, Sustainability, and Safety9. Health Policy: Universal Pre-Existing Conditions10. Family Policy: Failed Liberalism and Lost Sensibilities11. Education Policy: Need for Science and Ethics12. Natural Resource Policy: Avoiding the Tragedy of the Commons13. Tax Policy: Pay the Price14. Income and Wealth Policy: Toward Optimal Inequality15. Saving Capitalism: Bring Empathy into Mind and Action16. Conclusions.
Gary D. Lynne is Professor Emeritus at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA. Lynne earned BS and MS degrees from North Dakota State University and a PhD from Oregon State University, all in Agricultural Economics. He specialized in Natural Resource Economics. He worked mainly in research, holding positions at the University of Florida and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Lynne has published over 180 journal papers, book chapters, reviews, reports, and articles--all connected into the related science that gave form and substance to the empirical foundation for Metaeconomics. It also led to coining the notion of Empathy Conservation. For further information about the research program and the author, see the website https: //www.metaeconomics.info.

Product Details ISBN: 9783030506032
ISBN-10: 3030506037
Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan
Publication Date: November 14th, 2021
Pages: 315
Language: English
Series: Palgrave Advances in Behavioral Economics