James M. Jasper is at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. He is the author of Getting Your Way: Strategic Dilemmas in the Real World. He is a former editor of Contexts.
The book Thinking, Fast and Slow is reviewed and shows what sociologists could learn from Daniel Kahneman’s work on behavioral economics by extending this knowledge to cover the study of social interactions.
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