How Can Behavioural Economics Improve Policies Affecting Consumers?
The conference presentations and discussions will tackle several key questions, among which: 1. Do the insights from behavioural economics call for a more or less interventionist policy to influence consumer behaviour? 2. Are modern, ever more complex markets generating more choice that consumers can cope with? 3. Should policy aim to protect consumers against their own behavioural biases? 4. Are behavioural biases more significant in service markets, especially financial services?
|Organizer:||European Commission, DG Health and Consumers|
|Conference venue:||Brussels, Albert Borschette Centre|
Emanuele Ciriolo (email@example.com) +32.2.298 6887
|Classification:||D1 - Household Behavior and Family Economics|
|Event type:||Konferenzen, Tagungen; Conferences|
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