John Casti’s just-published book, Mood Matters: From Rising Skirt Lengths to the Collapse of World Powers, continues to bring socionomics to the attention of the academic media. Two of the world’s most prestigious science journals published lengthy reviews of the socionomic hypothesis in their September issues. One write-up was favorable toward Dr. Casti’s book and socionomics, the other less so.
The Socionomist enables you to see trend-shaping waves of social mood, as reflected by the stock market — and capitalize on them. The October issue looks at social mood’s influence on the deep past and on political donations today. Mood Riffs topics include collectibles, inclusion and space exploration. Read the October issue instantly when you join the growing ranks of Socionomics Members.
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Annual Meeting of the Academy of Behavioral Finance and Economics
October 17-20, 2018
Presentation: “Behavioral Finance is Bigger Than You Think: An Introduction to Socionomics”
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