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The proposed budget includes a new calculation for the Consumer Price Index, which assumes that consumers will choose lower-cost goods as prices rise. But does behavioral science support this measure? ... More>
Dans la vie active et en période de crise, évitons les “pseudo-amis” (In life and in times of crisis, avoid the “pseudo-friends”)
Income inequality has become a major topic of discussion over the last year and yet consensus on what (if anything) should be done about it seems elusive. New research published in Psychological Science suggests that a simple manipulation of language might be able to influence support for policies aimed at addressing income inequality. ... More>