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Capitalism needs a one-time person

Nobel Prize in Economics received an American Richard Thaler for his contribution to the study of behavioral economics. Thaler developed a "push theory" or a "guided choice." In essence, this means the manipulation of human behavior in a gentle manner without bans and orders. What is the role of man in society, the living interest of the market and how you can protect yourself from being imposed preferences - says doctor of economic sciences, professor MGIMO Valentin Katasonov.

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  1. Hurricane70
    Hurricane70 10 October 2017 19: 28 New
    Yes, in the furnace of this wise guy! Under capitalism, a person is a slave to create / develop / process capitalist enrichment means! So you need a slave who works hard and eats little ... One-time, how is it?