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*ONLINE* Bloomsbury Festival: Vision Through Behavioural Economics

18th October 2020 · 11:30am - 12:30pm

In person | Virtual event

 *ONLINE* Bloomsbury Festival: Vision Through Behavioural Economics

** At the time of announcement this is an ONLINE only event — however, subject to future government guidance, Conway Hall and Bloomsbury Festival may make physical tickets available. If this becomes possible we will announce it here, and existing ticket holders will be contacted directly. Please register for an online ticket using the “Book Now” link **

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How does what we see affect our daily decisions? How do humans look at their futures? Evidence from behavioural economics have demonstrated that the way in which a problem is presented might change our final answer. Design, colours, framing: all these aspects related to vision could affect our bounded rationality. Also, behavioural economics has highlighted how our lack of rationality can distort how we can see the future from today.

This talk, with Dr Lorenzo Lotti from the UCL Energy Institute, will investigate these aspects in depth, exploring evidence and main findings.

FREE – but pre-booking is essential

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