Behavioural and Behavioral Economics tweets
Sat 24 Mar-Fri 30 Mar 2012
The summary is posted weekly by People Patterns.
This post contains a summary of tweets noted in the past week that mentioned behavioural/behavioral economics. Where possible, re-tweets h and tweets without links been removed to condense the list.
Overwhelmingly the most tweeted article of the week is from
"Nudge power. My latest for
@TheEconomist on how behavioural economics is starting to improve society http://econ.st/GIppkd #economics". If you ever doubted herding, just see the volume of retweets for an article that reaffirms the value of behavioural economics. It makes me wonder though, whether the article was that great or whether it points to a field desperate for validation? Perhaps by now articles like these should not be remarkable?
@ChurchillMelb For those interested in how charities usebehavioural economics (& what biz can learn), here's my posthttp://bit.ly/H1SfU4
Tweets with Behavioural Economics (UK spelling)
@engageresearch: Panic buying petrol & behaviouraleconomics: the herd mentality of the consumer http://bit.ly/Hrto8n
A Wine-Glass Full of Regret http://bit.ly/HwXiGc via
Behavioural Economics (and beyond) http://wp.me/p17bwY-dT via
Has the Department of Health been misusing behaviouraleconomics? : RSA blogs: The Commons health select committ...http://bit.ly/HdSmYQ
Applying psychology and behavioural economics to the design of the cafeteria changes how people eat:http://www.fastcodesign.com/1669355/6-ways-that-google-hacks-its-cafeterias-to-make-employees-eat-healthier