Using Behavioral Economics in Digital Marketing to Entice Consumers

According to the 4 types of cognitive biases

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The field of behavioral economics received increased attention from both media and marketers when U.S. academic Richard Thaler won the Nobel Prize in economics in 2017 for incorporating psychological assumptions into analyses of economic decision-making.

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