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20
Apr

Russian dolls, danger, and behavioural economics

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Popularised, praised and increasingly applied across a range of sectors, from public policy to consumer goods, behavioural economics is becoming the new It-discipline. Better late than never – after all, it’s been around for well over a hundred years. To borrow a phrase from Lee Ross and Richard Nisbett, authors of ‘The Person and the […]

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22
Jan

ƃuıʞuıɥʇ uʍop-ǝpısdn: I can change your answer by reversing the order of the question

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By reversing the order of the question I can change your answer. Did you see what I did there? Well, yes, of course you did – you Hunter…

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