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The Best Flu Prevention Might Be Behavioral Economics

Studies show that nudging physicians and patients increases vaccination rates.
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How Richard Thaler’s ‘Simple Insights’ Led to a Nobel Prize

From: knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu Via: twitter.com Congrats again to Thaler. Insightful article: https://t.co/H76JcroDiY & Link to Cialdini
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Cialdini Asks: Dan Ariely

From: www.influenceatwork.com Via: twitter.com Check out my second #CialdiniAsks episode with Duke University Professor, @danariely! Join the
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Cialdini Asks: Dan Ariely

Cialdini Asks is a series of video interviews in which I ask experts in behavioral science about the journey that spurred their literary and academic work: how they wrote about it for a larger and more popular audience, the aspects of
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Behavioural economics 101

From: Buisness-standard By Ambi Parameswaran Recommended by: business-standard Consumer behaviour often appears irrational and counter-intuitive. Small things get blown out of proportion. And sometimes what should have been a
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Psychologist who studies motivation: This will make you more excited about your job

From: www.cnbc.com   By: Marguerite Ward Via: twitter.com RT @RobertCialdini: If money isn't
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The Science of Good Salesmanship

From: knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu Via: twitter.com The Science of Good Salesmanship https://t.co/XrkRmUEsa1David Hoffeld, CEO of the Hoffeld Group, a

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