Nine cognitive biases risk managers should know
Human reaction to numbers is riddled with quirks. Richard Shotton’s new book The Choice Factory examines the ability of businesses to harness these biases to influence consumers. For example, tweaking prices by a fraction can boost sales. Discount stores use charm pricing, knocking a penny off to end in “99”.
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