- Mike Price
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Mike Price is interested in economic decision making in the broadest sense. This includes both conventional economic decisions, such as what toothpaste to buy or whether to borrow money to purchase a house, and less conventional economic decisions, such as whether to hunt for monitor lizards or kangaroos as a forager in Australia's Western Desert or whether to allocate scarce resources to current or future reproduction. Since our brains are, ultimately, the product of millions of years of evolution, Mike is currently exploring how evolutionary theory can be linked with economic theory to better understand human decision making.
Involvement in the Complex Time Research Theme
This user is listed as a presenter for the following agenda items:
- Population and the Environment: Analytical Demography and Applied Population Ethics/Modeling complex populations - action of selection on fertility & mortality
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