Take a look at this free 175 page collection of papers on Behavioral Economics.
"At the beginning of this year, I came across an attention-grabbing headline: “Behavioral Economics Isn't Dead Yet”. It was written by Noah Smith on Bloomberg View. Despite some voices that may have questioned the future of behavioral economics (BE), Smith pointed to evidence that behavioral models may be slowly infiltrating macroeconomics. But BE is not only changing the field of economics. As discussed in previous editions of this Guide, the popularity of BE has also had a spillover effect on allied disciplines, such as psychology, and found applications in both commercial and public policy domains."