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Anamaria Wills Apr 18
Those just keep on proving themselves everywhere!
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Marta Federici Apr 12
Replying to @BasebyStephen
... field of , looking precisely into how “humans are humans” and their decision-making diverges from neo-classical theory bc of cognitive bias, hyperbolic discounting, mimicry, etc. (2/3)
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Bri Williams Apr 16
Obvious miss by this advertiser - including decimals elongates the number unnecessarily. Aim should be to diminish.
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Adam Bowcutt Apr 17
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Luke van der Beeke Apr 10
One of the better, well-balanced posts on I've seen. offers some great observations too, e.g."Hubris in place of humility makes experiments superfluous" via
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Dana Kohava Segal (MInstF) Apr 10
I was about to say - so much evidence from body of work that suggests deficit-based stories outperform as it taps into our evolutionary psychological trait of loss aversion?
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François Assémat Apr 11
Consensus of experts is APPLIED SINCE 2002!
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The Brainy Business w/ Melina Palmer 8h
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Chasing Returns 6h
A new book on the power of social networks. Do feel that conponent is missing is the trading industry?
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The Decision Lab Apr 17
A new term has entered the world of : sludge. Sludge is like the evil twin of nudge. While tries to encourage change to help the individual, sludge seeks favour others.
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Uygar Kilic Apr 12
Based on the 's decision to leave social media. Can we assume the cost of social media advertisement is more expensive than the print? This move also smells a bit of a nudge action?
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John G. Courtney Apr 17
While intelligent is generally thought of as a technique, businesses like are using it to improve employee satisfaction too. Learn more about and Intelligent Nudging at:
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Chasing Returns Apr 17
Great to be featured in article on the introduction of tools into the trading industry
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Nina Kirsten Apr 15
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Fair Money Advice Apr 16
Why a timely nudge might help us save money
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The Dismal Science T-shirts Apr 14
40% of all London Underground injuries occur on escalators. To fight this, new measures, including footprints on escalator steps showing customers where to walk and stand, have been introduced.
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Debashis Sarkar Apr 17
Ideas and tactics on influencing your boss ~ Interesting perspective from the military & behavioural economics| |
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Gen Re Apr 18
Linking with allows insurers to engage, support and empower their customers during the claims process, without being obtrusive. Read more about how these techniques can be used in AUS and NZ.
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Atractive Apr 11
mary poppins got things right and had good songs so if thats the future I welcome it
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SixthFactor Apr 10
It’s important to remember that every company has a set of cultural norms that drive behavior, whether or not those norms were intentionally cultivated. Read the article by SixthFactor:
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