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In this article, we attempt to synthesize the findings of the branch of behavioral economics known as "picoeconomics" (developed by George Ainslie) with insights from Foucauldian thought in order to demonstrate that a richer and more nuanced understanding of strategies for self-managing human irrationality can be achieved when both approaches are mobilized. Picoeconomic games can be modeled as an intrapsychic exercise of the disciplinary power thereby suggesting an important contributing factordoi:10.22439/fs.v27i27.5894 fatcat:nvydazskivfd7hk2qte2vgazgi