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End of the beginning: Behavioural economics enters a new era of application
This article demonstrates how behavioural economics is being employed to improve public and business policies. It shows how governments are using robust experiments, seeing success in areas including energy savings, pensions enrolment and encouraging job seekers back to work.
An exclusive series explaining common concepts in behavioural economics.
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This paper aims to explore the decision-making styles of Syrian young adults, and to examine the cross-cultural applicability of the Consumer Style Inventory (CSI) to an Arab population.
Behavioural Economics Primer: Status quo bias
This article provides an overview of the behavioural economics concept of status quo bias, our preference for the current state of affairs, often motivated by a wish to avoid change.
Brainy Bar 2: Gastroporn, implicit testing and the removal of uncertainty
This event report discusses neuroscience as an effective tool for marketers that can inform creative, better understand emotions, and move towards "more human communications".
A demonstration of structural choice modelling in a market research context
Grounded in random utility theory, discrete choice experiments (DCE) have proven to be effective in uncovering consumers' choice preferences and switching patterns for repeated choice.
The big opportunity in Big Data
This Viewpoint describes the new opportunity for market researchers provided by the data trails that track our lives and behaviour with increasing levels of granularity and precision.
Here Be Dragons: Towards a New Definition of Creativity
This essay argues for a new definition of creativity according to bandwidth, departing from the insight that at least two-thirds of human communication is non-conscious and non-verbal.
Behavioural Economics Primer: Commitment bias
This article gives an overview of the behavioural economics concept of commitment bias, people's desire and tendency to be consistent with what they have already done or said before.
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