Financial Conduct Authority Practical use of behavioural experiments in financial regulation – March 2014

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Sector: Behavioural and experimental economics | Behavioural Economics | Business and industry | Competition | Competition, Regulation and Business | Consumer and firm behaviour | Consumer behaviour | Consumer behaviour and protection | Consumer Finance | Consumer protection | Contracts | Finance | International institutions | NGOs and consumer advocacy | Pricing | Public Policy | Regulators and government
Client: Financial Conduct Authority
Published: 25 March, 2014
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Tagged: EC/EEA UK

The Financial Conduct Authority finds that behavioural experiments have an important role to play in financial regulation, and often provide insights into the ways markets work that may not be possible otherwise. Download the paper on the practical application of behavioural experiments in financial regulation jointly authored by London Economics and the FCA.