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Behavioral Economy Theory Research

Author Name: John Lok | Format: Paperback | Genre : Business, Investing & Management | Other Details

How can we apply behavioral economic theory to explain general social issues occurrence, e.g. consumer behavior, investment behavior, bank saving behavior, student learning behavior etc. I shall indicate other economic theories to explain some business market behaviors, they may include: The demand and supply ( invisible hand), Behavioral economy theory, The Classical Theory, Dependency theory, Colonialism and Neocolonialism  Theory, Dependency Theory ,GAME THOERY, Keynesian Economics Theory ,Classical Economics Theory,New Keynesian Theory  ,Political Economy,New Political Economy ,International Political Economy ,trickle-down theory, Solow Growth Model: Technology and Productivity,New Growth Theory (Romer & endogenous growth),Marxism theory Laissez-Faire THEORY Market socialism THEORY, Polluter Pays Principle .
 Readers can evaluate whether economic theories can be applied to analyse any or some business market behaviors in our daily life really.

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John Lok

    I had graduated business Administration Science Degree in Common Wealth Open University. Then, I concentrate on researching whether how economic changing environment can influence our behaviors, e.g. consumer behavior in behavioral economic view.    I had researched different behavioral economic topics included how artificial intelligence influences economic environment changes, how artificial intelligence influences consumer behaviors, how disease influences traveler leisure psychology, how economic changing environment influences public transport passenger choice, how e-commerce market influences consumer behavior etc. different books are published. I hoped my readers can make accurate analysis to learn how and why  the economic changing environment influences consumer behavior in behavioral economic view.



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