Behavioural Economics in Retail Financial Services: Training Workshop, 30th September 2014, central London

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Sector:Behavioural and experimental economics | Behavioural Economics | Business and industry | Consumer and firm behaviour | Consumer behaviour | Public Policy
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Published: 19 August, 2014
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Tagged: EC/EEA ex-ante evaluation experiments quantitative analysis UK

The London Economics’ Behavioural and Financial Services teams will provide a training workshop on the application of behavioural economics to retail finance. The course will address: The underlying principles of behavioural economics; Regulators’ understanding and use of behavioural economics; How behavioural economics is applied in retail financial services ; and, how to design, apply and commission behavioural studies and experiments. For further information and to register please click on the download document button above.