Tel Aviv, Israel
Daniel Kahneman is a behavioral finance theorist who explains human behavior in risk situations from cognitive science. He obtained a degree in mathematics and psychology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 1954 and a doctorate in psychology from the University of California at Berkeley in 1961. He is currently a professor at Princeton University and holds the Bank of Sweden Prize in Economics in memory of Alfred Nobel, often regarded as the Nobel Prize for Economics, even as a psychologist (not an economist).
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