Tag Archives: Behavioural economics

Nudge nudge , think think!


I went to an excellent panel debate last night which was asking whether behavioural finance could improve pension outcomes – well DC outcomes – which as one panellist pointed out hadn’t got much to do with pensions! A lot of … Continue reading

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Confirmation Bias: advice from Simon & Garfunkel


This is a blog from Paul Craven, the amazingly talented and disarmingly modest ex Goldman Sachs Banker cum behavioural scientist. This is such a wonderful piece of writing that I’d value it, even if I didn’t agree with it. But … Continue reading

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