A thaler ( / ˈtɑːlər /; also taler, from German: Taler) is one of the large silver coins minted in the states and territories of the Holy Roman Empire and the Habsburg monarchy during the Early Modern period. A thaler size silver coin has a diameter of about 40 mm ( 11⁄2 in) and a weight of about 25 to 30 grams (roughly 1 ounce ).
Richard Thaler (1945-), también conocido como Richard H. Thaler y como Richard Thaler Chatham, economista reconocido como teórico en finanzas conductuales, y por su colaboración junto a Daniel Kahneman y otros, en la definición avanzada de este campo ; recibió el Premio en Ciencias Económicas en memoria de Alfred Nobel en 2017.
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Se doctoró en Ciencias Económicas en la Universidad de Rochester en 1974. Actualmente enseña en la University of Chicago Booth School of Business, y colabora con el "National Bureau of Economic Research".
Thaler logró fama en el campo de la ciencia económica publicando una columna habitual en el Journal of Economic Perspectives desde 1987 a 1990 titulada "Anomalías", en la que documentaba casos particulares de conducta económica que parecían violar la teoría tradicional microeconómica. Kahneman citó después su trabajo conjunto con Thaler como un...Richard H. Thaler, Misbehaving: The Making of Behavioral Economics, editor-imprenta 'Penguin UK', 2015, ISBN 0141966157 y 9780141966151, 432 páginas (texto parcial en línea).
The Thaler (or Taler or Talir) was a silver coin that was used throughout Europe for almost four hundred years. It was named after the "Joachimsthaler", a type of coin from the city of Joachimsthal (Jáchymov) in Bohemia. It is where the names "dollar" and "tolar" come from. The Thaler was first made in 1518.
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Richard H. Thaler is an American economist and the Charles R. Walgreen Distinguished Service Professor of Behavioral Science and Economics at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. In 2015, Thaler was president of the American Economic Association. Thaler is a theorist in behavioral economics who has collaborated with Daniel Kahneman, ...
Thaler graduated from Newark Academy, before going on to receive his B.A. degree in 1967 from Case Western Reserve University, and his M.A. in 1970 and Ph.D. degree in 1974 from the University of Rochester, writing his thesis on "The Value of Saving A Life: A Market Estimate" under the supervision of Sherwin Rosen. He also studied under departmenta...
After completing his studies, Thaler began his career as a professor at the University of Rochester. Between 1977 and 1978, Thaler spent a year at Stanford University collaborating and researching with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who provided him with the theoretical framework to fit many of the economic anomalies that he had identified, such...
Thaler has written a number of books intended for a lay reader on the subject of behavioral economics, including Quasi-rational Economics and The Winner's Curse, the latter of which contains many of his Anomalies columns revised and adapted for a popular audience. One of his recu
Thaler gained some attention in the field of mainstream economics for publishing a regular column in the Journal of Economic Perspectives from 1987 to 1990 titled Anomalies, in which he documented individual instances of economic behavior that seemed to violate traditional microe
Thaler was the 2017 recipient of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics for "incorporat psychologically realistic assumptions into analyses of economic decision-making. By exploring the consequences of limited rationality, social preferences, and lack of self-control, he has shown how these human traits systematically affect individual decisions as ...
El tálero (del alemán Taler -escrito Thaler hasta 1901-, “vallense, del valle”) es una antigua moneda de plata de Alemania. Etimológicamente, "Thaler" es una abreviación de "Joachimsthaler", una moneda de la ciudad de Joachimsthal en Bohemia (actualmente Jáchymov, República Checa ), donde se acuñaron en 1518.