This blog explores ways that Behavioral Economics can help us to improve our cognition, productivity, and decision-making. It also shares ways to reduce bias in our own judgments—while using persuasion to “nudge” other individuals toward better choices, too. These decisions and dynamics impact how people live, work, and love every day. So, if you want to learn how to make better decisions yourself and more effectively influence others around you, then read on!
Jeremy Nicholson, MSW, Ph.D.
Behavioral economics for business and personal decision-making
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