Consumer Choice: Pros and Cons Barry Schwartz, a psychology professor at Swarthmore College, says quality of life can suffer when people have too many options. Russell Roberts, a professor of economics at George Mason University, believes consumers benefit by having choices.
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Barry Schwartz, a psychology professor at Swarthmore College, says quality of life can suffer when people have too many options. Russell Roberts, a professor of economics at George Mason University, believes consumers benefit by having choices.