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In the 1990s, economist Richard Thaler revealed the disruptive power of behavioral science, spawning a new field and gaining a Nobel prize. This new field seeks to explain consumers’ decision-making behaviors that don’t fit with standard economic theory. And, since the ’90s, business experts across all industries have taken note.

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