One of the most exciting areas in economics is behavioural economics, where commerce and finance meet psychology. People researching the discipline conduct every manner of experiment about preferences and often look at how people act versus how they ought to act if classical economics held true.
This can be about preferences for discounts or premiums, or how people feel about a loss or a gain, for example. The other week, the Economic and Social Research...
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