Behavioral economics is all about determining the psychological, emotional, cognitive, and social factors that influence our economic decisions.
How do these factors influence how much money you’ll save every month or the likelihood that you’ll enroll in a 401(k)? By understanding behavioral economics, we can become more conscientious of why we make the decisions we do. Only then can we consider changing our behaviors.
Listen in as Joe Biondolillo discusses how we can use our knowledge of behavioral economics to make better financial decisions.
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