Tag Archives: Behavioural economics

Where did we go wrong?

    For those who consider I am faltering in my campaign to restore confidence in pensions, think again. I have found the way to cover my back and stab others in theirs!   Cognitive bias explains everything! But sometimes … Continue reading

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So what makes you so special?

It’s a tough question in any walk of life. There is always someone who will answer that question because they are, but most of us will find ourselves out when answering it. We’re not – and if we were all … Continue reading

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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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