Books by Daniel Kahneman

Daniel Kahneman Books

Daniel Kahneman is a Nobel Prize-winning psychologist and professor known for his groundbreaking work in the field of behavioral economics. He has authored influential books, including "Thinking, Fast and Slow," which explores the cognitive biases and psychological processes that shape decision-making in individuals and societies.

Thinking, Fast and Slow

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In this highly insightful exploration, the author guides the reader through the two systems that drive the way we think, from fast, intuitive, and emotional System 1 to slow, more deliberative, and more logical System 2. The book gives a series of examples, which are very thought-provoking, that could help an individual gain a sense of how our biases affect us and how we are less rational than one would imagine. It provokes the reader to think in considering the complexities of how man thinks, and provides some very practical insights in how man might make better decisions in his personal and professional life.


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In this thought-provoking book, Nobel laureate Kahneman explores the concept of "noise" - the random and unwanted variability in human judgments that should ideally be identical in similar situations. Drawing on decades of research, he demonstrates how noise produces widespread errors across diverse fields like medicine, law, economic forecasting, and more.

Daniel Kahneman books in order

List of books by Daniel Kahneman with the year of publication of the books.

  • 2011 – Thinking, Fast and Slow.
  • 2021 – Noise: A Flaw in Human Judgment.