Lisa Brüggen gave a talk at the Maastricht Behavioral Economic Policy Symposium (M-BEPS) on improving peer effects for effective nudges.
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Lisa Brüggen and Thomas Post (Coordinators)
Pension communication researcher Wiebke Eberhardt successfully defended her PhD thesis "Costly Ignorance – Enhancing Consumer Financial Decision Making." Congratulations Wiebke!
Each year new scientific publications appear that could help substantially in improving pension communication practice - but unfortunately scientific journals often do not attract a wider audience. Together with wijzer in geldzaken we try to change that...