Using lessons from Behavioral finance/Economics

pointing out the biases is nice, but applying it is more important

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    Shlomo Benartzi: Saving for tomorrow, tomorrow | Video on TED.com

    It's easy to imagine saving money next week, but how about right now? Generally, we want to spend it. Economist Shlomo Benartzi says this is one of the biggest obstacles to saving enough for retirement, and asks: How do we turn this behavioral challenge into a behavioral solution?

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    19. Behavioral Economics Meets Healthcare - Tom Weakland (PWC) at Models for Change '11

    APPLYING BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS TO HEALTHCARE PricewaterhouseCooper's Tom Weakland advocated the use of behavioral economics to address poor consumer choices that lead to unhealthy outcomes and unnecessary and high care costs. "The use of behavioral economics in healthcare is still fairly nascent...and it is just part of the solution," stated Weakland, but it is starting to show some really promise.

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    Test Your Own Behavioral Finance Failings

    By Jason Stipp | 07-31-2013 12:00 PM Behavioral biases can affect lots of areas of our lives and can be costly when it comes to our financial lives and our investing. Joining us to demonstrate how behavioral biases can play out is Raife Giovinazzo.

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    Turning behavioural insights into policy with Richard Thaler | 11.07.2011

    Is it possible for the government to "nudge" individuals in to leading healthier lifestyles, saving for a rainy day and consuming less energy? Richard Thaler, co-author of Nudge, Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth, and Happiness, believes so. Nudge discusses how public and private organizations can help people make better choices in their daily lives.

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    Personalized Reinforcement: Using Behavioral Economics to Sustain Healthy Behaviors

    Murat Kalayoglu, MD, Ph.D., M.B.A. (Healthways) filmed at The Connected Consumer (www.Healthways.com/ConnectedConsumer) live from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology AgeLab. Most people are influenced by cognitive biases that make it difficult to adopt and sustain healthy behaviors. Kalayoglu will share leading trends in behavioral economics, and how some of these principals can be applied to move people toward healthy behaviors.

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    NBR | Behavioral Finance Lessons with Dr. Berns | Your Mind and Your Money | PBS

    http://www.pbs.org/nbr/site/features/special/mind_and_money/ PBS Airdate: November 24, 2009 Dr. Gregory Berns discusses his personal applications of behavioral finance and explores related ideas in further detail. Stay tuned for further segments from NBRs Your Mind and Your Money series designed to help investors make better investment decisions. For more information visit: http://www.pbs.org/nbr/site/features/special/mind_and_money/

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    RAND Behavioral Finance Forum 2013: Improving Consumer Well-Being through Behavioral Finance | RAND

    Video compilation of the 2013 Behavioral Finance (BeFi) Forum in Washington, D.C., a day-long event that included a series of topical panels on curated presentations of academic research followed by discussion by leading practitioners.

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