What Does Behavioral Economics Mean for Competition Policy?
The existence of behavioral biases does have a number of implications for the way in which markets work. Matthew Bennett, John Fingleton, Amelia Fletcher, Liz Hurley, & David Ruck, U.K. Office of Fair Trading
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