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Richard Schofield 3h
BBC News - Japan 'very concerned' about no-deal Brexit Do people really appreciate what No Deal means is the desire for no deal blind emotion. How can economic policy be effective in the face of irrational decision making
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Mark Pittaccio Jun 26
For a quick introduction to Behavioural Economics and some examples of our irrationality, please feel free to take a look at the video below.
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The Behavioral Science Collective Feb 28
Hello tweeters! We are The Behavioral Science Collective - join us in our mission to use behavioural science to tackle the challenges of the global south! Follow us here or visit us at to keep up with our fresh ideas!
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Geometry UK May 28
Back in February, Richard Wise hosted Rory Sutherland, Richard Shotton and Sasha Dzhuras-Dotta for what was a lively overview of the field of , giving us plenty of practical ideas on how to apply it and grow our brands -
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Paul Adams Mar 9
Some personal/work news from me. Next week will be my last week as Head of Behavioural Economics at the . It's been an amazing 7 years co-founding the team and building the organisation's capacity in ...
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Dr.Rajneesh Reddy Jun 20
People are more honest than they think they are..😊
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Dr. Bart Tkaczyk, MBA🚀 Jan 11
Learn this simple formula by heart:The Acquirer is low on risk-taking+the Target is low on optimism=NO-GO deal.
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Oakham Economics Jun 20
Are humans as rational as economists traditionally believe? This remarkable study suggests not! Honesty is majority policy in lost wallet experiment
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Soubhik Dasgupta Jun 26
What’s the future of BE holds around the world is a question that needs to be answered by the Industry Stalwarts and people who have been the frontrunner and inspiration for many BE enthusiast around the world.
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nick edell Jun 20
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Sally Owen Dec 20
Today's morning discussion topic: and why none of us were formally taught any, inspired by:
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India BE Network Jan 22
Awesome turnout and great discussions at the very first Chennai meetup of India Behavioural Economics Network. Looking forward to the next one! Next destination - Bangalore!
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Levent Neyse Mar 29
14th Nordic Conference will take place in Kiel on September 27-28th.
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Charlie Nixon Feb 2
BBC news reporting on a hotel in Norway utilising nudges at the breakfast buffet, saving 20% of waste so far. Excellent sign of behavioural science in action!
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Sprung Investment Jun 20
Financial news (research) is like a crying baby
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MeBeSafe - traffic nudging Jan 22
Do you know why the MeBeSafe logo looks the way it does? Take a look at and @CassSunsteins original book Nudge. MeBeSafe will nudge road users towards safer behaviour.
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Fat Beehive Ltd. May 23
Good vs Evil! We’re not suggesting you follow Cambridge Analytica & the OCEAN framework, but basics of provide a great insight into understanding how your audiences make decisions. Are they more like Homer Simpson or Mr Spock?!
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Geometry UK Jun 7
We are so excited to be sponsoring today. Looking forward to being inspired
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Dr. Lauren Bussey Jun 21
A fun example of nudging positive behaviours - encouraging appropriate discarding of cigarettes
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Kimberly Richter Jun 23
"Almost 2,500 years before the current vogue for , Plato was identifying and seeking to understand the predictable irrationalities of the human mind" !!!
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