The evolutionary roots of folk economic beliefs?

‘Folk economic beliefs’ are the widespread beliefs about economic and policy issues, which are held by members of the public untrained in economics. This includes beliefs about trade, unemployment, the operation of markets, the effects of monetary policy, and so on. Many of these beliefs are incorrect, at least compared with the views and models…

The evolutionary roots of folk economic beliefs?
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