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It is no longer tenable for economists to claim that the self-regarding, rational actor model offers a satisfactory description of human decision making.

James M. Gowdy, Behavioral Economics and Climate Change Policy (via squashed)

Hasn’t this always been the case? Conventional simple economics models are always inaccurate because a non-negligible portion of people don’t behave rationally and in their best interests.