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Information, knowledge, and uncertainty


Neuroeconomics combines neuroscience, economics, and psychology to study how we make choices. It looks at the role of the brain when you [..]
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Conceptual economy

Right Conceptual economy is a term describing the contribution of creativity, innovation and
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Shock (economics)

In economics a shock is an unexpected or unpredictable event that affects an economy, either positively or negatively. Resiliance to such events depends on general preparedness,
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Behavioral economics

Frame winner Daniel Kahneman, was an important figure in the development of behavioral finance and economics and continues to write extensively in the field. Behavioral finance and [..]

Journal of Behavioral Finance

The Journal of Behavioral Finance is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes research related to the field of behavioral finance. It formerly published as The Journal of Psychology and Financial Markets. Contributors to the Journal of Behavioral Finance have included [..]
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Perth Leadership Outcome Model

The Perth Leadership Outcome Model This is a leadership model that aims to characterize leaders by the financial outcome of their leadership, as distinct from the two traditional leadership models of focusing on either the leaders personality or behavioral skills and business competencies. It was developed by E. Ted Prince over the period 2002-6. [..]
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Contract theory

Contract theory is the body of legal thought that investigates normative and conceptual problems in contract law. Classical contract theory Classical contract theory is the set of ideas and assumptions that underpinned the development of contract law in


:This article discusses the philosophical concept of relevance. For other uses, see Relevance (disambiguation) Relevance is term used to describe how pertinent, connected, or applicable some information is to a given matter. During the
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Knowledge economy

The Knowledge Economy refers to the use of knowledge to produce economic benefits. The phrase came to prominence in New Zealand in the [..]
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Learning economy

Modern economies can be characterised as learning economies in which knowledge is the crucial resource and learning is the most important process. Different kinds of learning and economically relevant types of knowledge can likewise be identified. It is argued that pure market economies, if such existed, would have severe problems in terms of learning and [..]