Harvard Magazine Article on Behavioral Economics & Finance
It's a very interesting article that covers a wide variety of applications of behavioral finance and economics ranging from micro-finance / economic development to improving 401(k) pension plans. I'm particularly interested in Prof. David Laibson's work on delayed versus available rewards based on the 'primrose path' paradigm in psychology.
There are a couple of interesting sidebars to the article: one on neuroeconomics and the other on game theory. You can get to them via links on the main page of the article.