Scarcity: Why Having Too Little Means So Much Sendhil Mullainathan, Eldar Shafir
Publisher: Holt, Henry & Company, Inc.
Fascinating look into how too little of anything (time, money, food) affects your cognitive functions and behaviour. Maybe their editor was tunnelling towards a deadline. Dec 30, 2013 - Mullainathan, S. Nov 29, 2013 - Best Non-fiction book: Scarcity: Why Having too little means so much by Sendhil Mullainathan and Eldar Shafir. Apr 11, 2014 - I'm probably more interested in writing my response to the book than an actual book review, but Scarcity: Why having so little means so much was a worthwhile read, even if at times I thought it could have done with a bit of editorial trimming. A surprising and intriguing examination of how scarcity—and our flawed responses to it—shapes our lives, our society, and our culture. Oct 8, 2013 - List Price: $28.00. Live in a constant state of scarcity (in this case, scarce mental bandwidth), a debilitating environment that Shafir and Mullainathan describe in a book to be published next week, Scarcity: Why having too little means so much. (2013) Scarcity: Why having too little means so much, Penguin Books, London. 2013, New York: Time We are proposing something much more universal: Scarcity, in every form, creates a similar mindset. Shafir, Scarcity: Why Having Too Little Means So Much. Your Price: $14.79- Scarcity: Why Having Too Little Means So Much. Princeton psychologist Eldar Shafir summarize these and many other studies in their new book Why Having Too Little Means So Much (2013, Times Books).