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Nobel Prize winner Richard Thaler may have added $29.6 billion to retirement accounts

Richard Thaler, the recent recipient of the Nobel Prize in economics, has helped retirement savers substantially in the past decade — to the tune of about $ 29.6 billion, perhaps, according to fellow researcher Shlomo Benartzi.

Though it is hard to calculate an exact estimate on how much has been saved in retirement specifically because of Thaler’s work, which focuses on behavioral economics and how to g…
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