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Peer-to-peer insurer Lemonade launches in New York

When Economic Growth Doesn’t Make People Happy

The Right Music Can Bring Teams Together

New research from Cornell University finds that upbeat music can spur people to behave more cooperatively during an economics game. ... More>

New Reports Showcase Collaborations Between Governments, Behavioral Scientists

New reports from the White House Social and Behavioral Sciences Team (SBST) and the UK’s Behavioural Insights Team (BIT) are now available online. ... More>

Experience Buying and Selling Reduces Financially Costly Biases

When participants practiced trading items on eBay, they became less prone to certain economic biases and showed changes in brain areas linked to loss aversion. ... More>