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Written by Scott Adams, is an 'infamous' comic strip that shows a humorous look in office life, but also manifests lessons on behavioral economics.

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The Top 4 Lessons in Behavioral Economics From Dilbert

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Behavioral Economics

.... refers to the study of how social and psychological factors (decisions made by an individual, institution or business) can affect the market and its resources.

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A Lesson in Overconfidence

Dilbert’s boss shows overconfidence by assuming that all management is – himself included – above average. This is hardly the truth, in general. As for Dilbert’s boss, he completely misses the jab ...

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A Lesson in Framing

Framing refers to how a person makes decision depending upon how the information is presented. Framing effect is often used in marketing to influence decision-makers and purchases.

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A Lesson in Loss Aversion

Sometimes, it is hard to let go of something valuable without realizing that letting go is greater than we think. 

Sometimes, a loss can feel more powerful than a gain of the same magnitud...

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A Lesson in Confirmation Bias

Confirmation bias is when you actually seek out evidence to support a predisposed belief

In this strip, Dilbert's boss believes that his managerial skills can affect the company stoc...

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