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Behavioural Economics

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Behavioural Economics

It is about the analysis that applies psychological insights into human behaviour to explain economic decision-making.

It comes from

↑ Economics

↑ Behavioural Science

includes the learning paths

- Psychology

and can be specialized into

↓ Neuroeconomics

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    Guide consumers toward healthier and more sustainable behavior, creating Nudges, consumer insight, case studies, awards

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  • Irrationally Yours

    Discover answers on publicly asked questions

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  • Pocket Ariely

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  • Freakonomics - The hidden side of everything Radio

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  • Behavioral grooves Interviews

    Researchers and practitioners in the field of behavioral sciences

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  • FehrAdvice Digital Hub Modules

    Different modules on different topics, nudging, misbehaving, gamifcation

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  • Behavioural Economics Online Course

    Key behavioural change concepts such as nudging, framing, social proof, scarcity, commitment devices and even the ethics behind it all

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  • Behavioural Economics in Action Online Course

    Principles and methods of behavioural economics to change behaviours, improve welfare and make better products and policy

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  • The European Nudging Network Database

    Nudge approach in policy making and as part of CSR, submit a nudge

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  • Behavioural Insights Team LTD

    to apply nudge theory (behavioural economics and psychology) to try to improve government policy and services as well as to save the UK government money, blog, publications

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  • InBehaviorlab

    Strategies, interventions and products

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  • iNudgeYou

    Develop and communicate evidence-based strategies with pro-social purposes

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  • Briefcase

    Behavioural Design, subtle on-time nudges, to enable the desired action

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  • FinalMile

    Knowledge intensive design

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  • Vocatus AG

    Pricing research, problem-oriented solutions, concrete recommendations, and efficient implementation

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  • Fehr Advice & Partner AG

    Strategy & policy, Corporate governance and organization, Marketing & Customer Centricity, blog, email newsletter

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  • The Behavoural Architects Consulting

    Consumer behaviour, Behavioural Insight, Brand, Strategy, Communication, Innovation, case studies, blog

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  • Dan Ariely Professor

    Research in behavioral economics and try to describe it in plain language.

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  • Richard Thaler Professor

    the psychology of decision making

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  • Daniel Kahneman Scientist

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  • Thinking Fast and Slow Non-fiction

    The dual-process theory of human cognition, cognitive biases, prospect theory, happiness

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  • Freakonomics Non-fictional

    study of incentives?how people get what they want, or need, especially when other people want or need the same thing.

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  • Nudge: Improving decisions about health, wealth, and happiness

    Proposes positive reinforcement and indirect suggestions as ways to influence the behavior and decision making of groups or individuals

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  • Prospect Theory: An Analysis of Decision under Risk

    Decision theory, how people decide under risk

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  • Review of Behavioral Economics Journal

    journal seeks to publish cutting edge research that will change our understanding of human behavior in its economic and broader social contexts

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  • The European Nudging Network

    Nudge approach in policy making and as part of CSR, submit a nudge

    Upvote

  • Dan Ariely

    Research in behavioral economics and try to describe it in plain language.

    Upvote

  • Freakonomics - The hidden side of everything

    Upvote

  • Daniel Kahneman

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  • Freakonomics

    study of incentives?how people get what they want, or need, especially when other people want or need the same thing.

    Upvote

  • Briefcase

    Behavioural Design, subtle on-time nudges, to enable the desired action

    Upvote

  • FinalMile

    Knowledge intensive design

    Upvote

  • Pocket Ariely

    2.99€ per month

    Upvote

  • Behavioural Insights Team

    to apply nudge theory (behavioural economics and psychology) to try to improve government policy and services as well as to save the UK government money, blog, publications

    Upvote

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