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Advances in Corporate GovernanceComparative Perspectives$
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Helmut K. Anheier and Theodor Baums

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9780198866367

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2020

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198866367.001.0001

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Behavioural Economics, Neuroeconomics, and Corporate Law

Behavioural Economics, Neuroeconomics, and Corporate Law

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(p.269) 12 Behavioural Economics, Neuroeconomics, and Corporate Law
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Advances in Corporate Governance
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Julia Redenius-Hövermann

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780198866367.003.0012

Behavioural economics is an established field. Still it carries the premises that the actions of corporate players are only to a minor degree led by self-interest, rationality, and self-discipline. Bias portrayed throughout behavioural economics offers an alternative to rational-theoretical standard theory as it allows predictions about the systematic deviation from the prognosis of the homo economicus’ actions. The reception of the findings of systematic research on the basis of human behaviour in modern psychology, neurology, or behavioural economics in corporate and capital market law enables its continuing development. The intention is to assume that non-legal arguments, complying with the standard of their respective scientific field, can be adopted for the development of corporate law. Therefore, the core of the chapter addresses the question of how the development of corporate law will occur under the consideration of findings from adjacent research fields such as behavioural economics.

Keywords:   behavioural economics, bias, corporate law, reception, neurology

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