# [Solved] The Three Limitations on Human Rationality That Behavioural Economics Emphasizes

## The three limitations on human rationality that behavioural economics emphasizes are

A)bounded rationality,bounded utility,and bounded self-interest.

B)bounded rationality,bounded willpower,and bounded self-interest.

C)bounded utility,bounded willpower,and bounded self-interest.

D)bounded rationality,bounded willpower,and bounded utility.

E)bounded rationality,bounded surplus,and bounded utility.

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