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Routledge Handbook of Bounded Rationality

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Herbert Simon's renowned theory of bounded rationality is principally interested in cognitive constraints and environmental factors and influences which prevent people from thinking or behaving according to formal rationality. Les mer
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Herbert Simon's renowned theory of bounded rationality is principally interested in cognitive constraints and environmental factors and influences which prevent people from thinking or behaving according to formal rationality. Simon's theory has been expanded in numerous directions and taken up by various disciplines with an interest in how humans think and behave. This includes philosophy, psychology, neurocognitive sciences, economics, political science, sociology, management, and organization studies.





The Routledge Handbook of Bounded Rationality draws together an international team of leading experts to survey the recent literature and the latest developments in these related fields. The chapters feature entries on key behavioural phenomena, including reasoning, judgement, decision making, uncertainty, risk, heuristics and biases, and fast and frugal heuristics. The text also examines current ideas such as fast and slow thinking, nudge, ecological rationality, evolutionary psychology, embodied cognition, and neurophilosophy. Overall, the volume serves to provide the most complete state-of-the-art collection on bounded rationality available.





This book is essential reading for students and scholars of economics, psychology, neurocognitive sciences, political sciences, and philosophy.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1 Why bounded rationality?


Riccardo Viale


2 What is bounded rationality?


Gerd Gigerenzer


PART I Naturalizing bounded rationality


3 Towards a critical naturalism about bounded rationality


Thomas Sturm


4 Bounded rationality: the two cultures


Konstantinos V. Katsikopoulos


5 Seeking rationality: $500 bills and perceptual obviousness


Teppo Felin and Mia Felin


6 Bounded rationality, distributed cognition, and the computational modeling of complex systems


Miles MacLeod and Nancy J. Nersessian


7 Bounded rationality and problem solving: the interpretative function of thought


Laura Macchi and Maria Bagassi


8 Simon's legacies for mathematics educators


Laura Martignon, Kathryn Laskey, and Keith Stenning


9 Bounded knowledge


Cristina Bicchieri and Giacomo Sillari


PART II Cognitive misery and mental dualism


10 Bounded rationality, reasoning and dual processing


Jonathan St. B. T. Evans


11 Why humans are cognitive misers and what it means for the Great Rationality Debate


Keith E. Stanovich


12 Bounded rationality and dual systems


Samuel C. Bellini-Leite and Keith Frankish


13 Models and rational deductions


Phil N. Johnson-Laird


14 Patterns of defeasible inference in causal diagnostic judgment


Jean Baratgin and Jean-Louis Stilgenbauer


15 Attribute-based choice


Francine W. Goh and Jeffrey R. Stevens


PART III Occam's razor: mental monism and ecological rationality


16 Bounded reason in a social world


Hugo Mercier and Dan Sperber


17 Rationality without optimality: bounded and ecological rationality from a Marrian perspective


Henry Brighton


18 The winds of change: the Sioux, Silicon Valley, society, and simple heuristics


Julian N. Marewski and Ulrich Hoffrage


19 Ecological rationality: bounded rationality in an evolutionary light


Samuel A. Nordli and Peter M. Todd


20 Mapping heuristics and prospect theory: a study of theory integration


Thorsten Pachur


21 Bounded rationality for artificial intelligence


OEzgur Simsek


22 Psychopathological irrationality and bounded rationality: why is autism economically rational?


Riccardo Viale


PART IV Embodied bounded rationality


23 Embodied bounded rationality


Vittorio Gallese, Antonio Mastrogiorgio, Enrico Petracca, and Riccardo Viale


24 Extending the bounded rationality framework: bounded-resource models in biology


Christopher Cherniak


25 How rationality is bounded by the brain


Paul Thagard


26 Building a new rationality from the new cognitive neuroscience


Colin H. McCubbins, Mathew D. McCubbins, and Mark Turner


PART V Homo Oeconomicus Bundatus


27 Modeling bounded rationality in economic theory: four examples


Ariel Rubinstein


28 Bounded rationality, satisficing and the evolution of economic thought: diverse concepts


Clement A. Tisdell


29 Beyond economists' armchairs: the rise of procedural economics


Shabnam Mousavi and Nicolaus Tideman


30 Bounded rationality and expectations in economics


Ignazio Visco and Giordano Zevi


31 Less is more for Bayesians, too


Gregory Wheeler


32 Bounded rationality as the cognitive basis for evolutionary economics


Richard R. Nelson


33 Beyond "bounded rationality": behaviours and learning in complex evolving worlds


Giovanni Dosi, Marco Faillo, and Luigi Marengo


PART VI Cognitive organization


34 Bounded rationality and organizational decision making


Massimo Egidi and Giacomo Sillari


35 Attention and organizations


Inga Jonaityte and Massimo Warglien


36 The bounded rationality of groups and teams


Torsten Reimer, Hayden Barber, and Kirstin Dolick


37 Cognitive biases and debiasing in intelligence analysis


Ian K. Belton and Mandeep K. Dhami


PART VII Behavioral public policies: nudging and boosting


38 "Better off, as judged by themselves": bounded rationality and nudging


Cass R. Sunstein


39 An alternative behavioural public policy


Adam Oliver


40 Against nudging: Simon-inspired behavioral law and economics founded on ecological rationality


Nathan Berg


41 Bounded rationality in political science


Zachary A. McGee, Brooke N. Shannon, and Bryan D. Jones


42 Layering, expanding, and visualizing: lessons learned from three "process boosts" in action


Valentina Ferretti


43 Cognitive and affective consequences of information and choice overload


Elena Reutskaja, Sheena Iyengar, Barbara Fasolo, and Raffaella Misuraca


44 How much choice is "good enough"?: moderators of information and choice overload


Raffaella Misuraca, Elena Reutskaja, Barbara Fasolo, and Sheena Iyengar

Om forfatteren

Riccardo Viale is Full Professor of Cognitive Economics and Behavioural Sciences in the Department of Economics at the University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy. He is also the founder and General Secretary of the Herbert Simon Society.