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    • Psychology, behavioral economics, and public policy 

      Amir, O; Ariely, D; Cooke, A; Dunning, D; Epley, N; Gneezy, U; Koszegi, B; ... (13 authors) (Marketing Letters, 2005-12-01)
      Economics has typically been the social science of choice to inform public policy and policymakers. In the current paper we contemplate the role behavioral science can play in enlightening policymakers. In particular, we ...