Ethan has been comparing the economic data of the two countries of glenshire and nebuloz. he finds that the gdp of glenshire has been higher than that of nebuloz during the last five years. the former country recorded a much higher gdp growth rate during these years and its domestic currency also had more value than the currency of nebuloz. on the basis of all this information, ethan tried to convince his friend that glenshire would be a much better country to live in than nebuloz. each of the following, if true, would strengthen ethan's argument, except one. identify the exception. a. the level of investment in education in glenshire is higher than in nebuloz. b. the levels of consumption and government expenditure in glenshire are higher, while nebuloz usually records a higher level of imports from foreign countries. c. the government of nebuloz uses disposable personal income as a measure of national welfare, while the glenshire government uses gdp. d. the crime rate in nebuloz is higher than that in glenshire. e. the people of glenshire have much more leisure time than people in nebuloz.
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3. classical economics assumes people are rational and logical while behavioral economics adds psychology to the mix.
a major theory in classical economics is that human beings are rational and, given the necessary information they will make rational decisions and act rationally, however, behavioral economics assumes that people are irrational players.