Meaning of behavioural economist in English:

behavioural economist

noun

See behavioural economics

‘Thaler comes from the ranks of "behavioral economists," a group whose influence has grown significantly in the last few years.’
  • ‘Even the behavioral economists just advocate more realistic models of human decision-making.’
  • ‘Behavioural economists believe in "the endowment effect", a tendency for people to overvalue the status quo.’
  • ‘Behavioural economists have shown that we sometimes procrastinate.’
  • ‘His view was based on limited information, but much recent work by behavioural economists, games theorists, and evolutionary psychologists bear him out.’