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Neuroeconomics Assignment: Colin Camerer on Hypothetical Bias

This assignment is based on the Economists in the Wild episode on Colin Camerer about hypothetical bias.

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In this episode, Colin Camerer introduces us to a few experiments he ran to measure hypothetical bias- the difference between what we say we'll do versus what we actually do.

By watching the video and answering the questions below, your students will discover a fascinating example of how neuroeconomics can join forces with behavioral economics to learn more about our biases.

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