behavioural finance

What Tversky and Kahneman could have told Shorten

The Australian Labor Party’s 2019 election campaign showed a depth and breadth of economic policies rare for an opposition party to present. Its policy agenda was boldly extensive. But in developing these policies over the past five years, it seems Labor’s economic minds overlooked some fundamental principles of behavioural economics.

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Mind the (behaviour) gap

A gap exists between intentions and behaviour in investing, just as it does in other aspects of our lives. This gap results in sub-optimal investment performance but research suggests that the behavioural biases and other obstacles that create these gaps

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What Tversky and Kahneman could have told Shorten

The Australian Labor Party’s 2019 election campaign showed a depth and breadth of economic policies rare for an opposition party to present. Its policy agenda was boldly extensive. But in developing these policies over the past five years, it seems Labor’s economic minds overlooked some fundamental principles of behavioural economics.

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