Behavioural economics in the European Commission: past, present and future
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Behavioural economics in the European Commission: past, present and future

At the European level, behavioural economics is increasingly being integrated into consumer and competition policy, in areas ranging from the terms of consumer contracts to the design of remedies in competition cases. Emanuele Ciriolo, economist in charge of behavioural economics in the European Commission Directorate General for Health and Consumers, discusses this topic and presents some new findings from the Commission’s first behavioural study on biases in consumer decision-making in retail investment services.

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