Daniel Kahneman Keynote Topics
Daniel Kahneman is considered, along with Richard Thaler, as one of the fathers of behavioral economics. His work revolutionized thinking about how we make decisions and their effect on the economy. In this talk, the author of the international bestseller Thinking, fast and slow, will offer a global and updated vision of the importance of behavioral economics in the finances and economy of countries. In it he will also give an overview to better understand the current world in which we live and thus be able to understand the origin of the decisions made by nations and large corporations.
Thinking, fast and slow
In 2011 Daniel Kahneman published this brilliant work that quickly became a worldwide bestseller. In this lecture, based on the foundations that made the book, he will share with the audience his theories and research that changed the world and earned him a Nobel Prize in a practical and easy to understand way. Considered one of the founders of behavioral economics, Professor Kahneman will explain how the human brain works and how it is divided into two types of thinking, fast thinking or intuition and slow thinking or logic. Along with this, he will also share tips on how and when to use each of them.
What are cognitive biases and how can we avoid them? This question, key to making sound decisions will be dealt with in depth at the conference by Professor Daniel Kahneman. In it he will give the audience concrete answers based on scientific evidence that have endorsed his work and earned him the 2002 Nobel Prize in Economics. Considered one of the best psychologists in the world for his contribution on behavioral economics, Professor Kahneman will illustrate the audience how the human brain works and how to avoid logical decision-making errors. Something almost impossible to do if you do not know how the human brain works in great detail.