Category Archives: Behavioral Economics

On Beliefs and Negative Advertising

Life expectancy is going up.  The air is cleaner.  Water is cleaner.  The incidence of cancer is going down.  Cell phones do not, cannot, cause cancer.  Barack Obama was born in Hawaii. These are objectively and provably true.  Yet people, many … Continue reading

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