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Behavioral and experimental economics

The study of how individual economic decisions and behaviors deviate from traditional models, employing experimental methods to empirically investigate psychological factors influencing economic choices.

Linfeng Li

Adjunct Lecturer in Information and Research Fellow, School of Information

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