Pożytek z neuroekonomii

Michał Krawczyk

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Artykuł wprowadza pokrótce w metody, wyniki i problemy nowej interdyscyplinarnej dziedziny nauki, jaką jest neuroekonomia oraz jej pochodne. Nacisk położony jest na praktyczne pożytki, jakie mogą wynieść z niej ekonomiści. Dotyczą one przede wszystkim wytyczania obiecujących kierunków badań oraz dostarczania doskonalszych narzędzi dających nadzieję na możliwość bezpośredniego obserwowania preferencji. Autor omawia także metodologiczne i etyczne wyzwania stojące przed neuroekonomią.

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neuroekonomia, neuromarketing, neuroetyka.

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