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Behavioral economics and management
Behavioral economics is the study of how psychological, social, and emotional factors often conflict with and override economic incentives when people make decisions. When applied to management, behavioral economics can help us uncover ways to limit the organizational impact of biases and cognitive limitations—or ethically exploit them to help drive enterprise value.
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