How to use behavioural economics to help you save more smartly

Dr. Conny Wollbrant suggests simple savings tactics short article published by The Telegraph. The article "How to use behavioural economics to help you save more smartly" explains how can we fight back against powerful decision making biases and develop good savings habits.

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Tueday 26 March 2019

Conny is Associate Professor in Economics and Director of the Behavioural Science Centre. His research focuses on behavioural and experimental economics and applications to business and policy, especially health, finance and the environment.