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Economics isn't alway rational
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Be alert and informed and you may pay less

Be alert and informed and you may pay less | Economic Behaviouralism | Scoop.it
Have you heard about the trick they use in fruit shops? If they want to make money from a large load of lettuce they divide it into two. They put half in a ''bargain bin'' and charge something like $3 a kilo.
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The One-Minute Change That Will Transform Your Company

The One-Minute Change That Will Transform Your Company | Economic Behaviouralism | Scoop.it
Behavior is the mirror in which everyone shows their image.--GoetheCan a single behavior elevate an entire organization? It can--if it’s the right behavior.
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Happiness Is The Ultimate Economic Indicator

Happiness Is The Ultimate Economic Indicator | Economic Behaviouralism | Scoop.it
One factor that is increasingly being cited as an important economic indicator is happiness. After all, what good is increased production and consumption if the result isn’t increased human satisfaction? Until fairly recently, the subject of happiness was mostly avoided by economists for lack of good ways to measure it; however, in recent years, “happiness economists” have found ways to combine subjective surveys with objective data (on lifespan, income, and education) to yield data with consistent patterns, making a national happiness index a practical reality.
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Mood and weather are powerful buy words

Mood and weather are powerful buy words | Economic Behaviouralism | Scoop.it
So you're about to go shopping. I imagine you trust yourself. You shouldn't.
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Mood and weather are powerful buy words

Mood and weather are powerful buy words | Economic Behaviouralism | Scoop.it
So you're about to go shopping. I imagine you trust yourself. You shouldn't.
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