Books by Cass Sunstein
Interviews where books by Cass Sunstein were recommended
What can we draw from behavioral science to help us better understand each other? Nicholas Epley, Professor of Behavioral Science and Faculty Director of the Center for Decision Research at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, recommends the five best books for learning about an interdisciplinary field that draws from psychology, sociology, economics and anthropology.
“You have to understand people first before you can understand how to devise an economic system for them” argues Robert J Shiller, the Yale economics professor and Nobel laureate. He chooses five books that explore who we fundamentally are, as human beings, and how that will determine the shape of a successful capitalism.
We can all be more aware of our surroundings and our decision-making process, says the professor of psychology and behavioural economics, Dan Ariely. He recommends five books to help us maximise our prosperity and well-being.
Better: A Surgeon's Notes on Performance
by Atul Gawande
The Patient Will See You Now: The Future of Medicine is in Your Hands
by Eric Topol
A Billion Wicked Thoughts
by Ogi Ogas and Sai Gaddam
Dataclysm: Love, Sex, Race, and Identity — What Our Online Lives Tell Us about Our Offline Selves
by Christian Rudder
by Cass Sunstein & Richard Thaler
A quick search of your symptoms on the internet may lead to an acute case of ‘cyberchondria.’ But it may also provide data which will improve health and even save lives. Elad Yom-Tov, the author of Crowdsourced Health, recommends books showing how internet data and data science can provide exciting new ways of conducting health and medical research.
Noise: A Flaw in Human Judgment
by Cass Sunstein, Daniel Kahneman & Olivier Sibony
But What If We're Wrong? Thinking About the Present As If It Were the Past
by Chuck Klosterman
The Biggest Bluff: How I Learned to Pay Attention, Master Myself, and Win
by Maria Konnikova
Money Games: The Inside Story of How American Dealmakers Saved Korea's Most Iconic Bank
by Weijian Shan
by Ted Chiang
Good decision-making is a crucial skill not only in business but in life. In this interview, entrepreneur, investor and poker player Sebastian Park advises how to make good decisions in a world of uncertainty, how to evaluate past decisions for future improvement, and how fiction can help us reflect on the choices we make.