"Neuroeconomic Letters" offers a panoramic view of the multidisciplinary field of Neuroeconomics. Exploring the neural mechanisms behind decision-making, risk-taking, and consumer behavior, this book bridges the gap between theory and practice. It goes beyond academia, inviting economists and neuroscientists alike to engage with the subject matter. By showcasing real-world applications, it demonstrates how Neuroeconomics enhances our understanding of economic phenomena and informs policy decisions. Through collaboration between disciplines, this field has the potential to revolutionize economic behavior analysis and address complex societal challenges. This book is a testament to the authors' meticulous work, inspiring insightful discussions and driving the field forward.