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We've curated a fresh selection of articles and posts on aspects of behavioural economics. We have also collated lots of behavioural economics resources in this collection.

Paul Craven's favourite behavioural nudge followed by a lovely quote on rationality in human behaviour

Link to an Economist article from earlier in 2017 on applied behavioural policies

The Sharp-Shooter Fallacy (hot hand fallacy)

Consumer learning and behavioural economics

Cakes in the office and chocolate in the economics classroom - we know it works!

Scarcity - a book review

How to avoid thinking and behaving like the herd

Nudging collective action to improve environmental sustainability

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