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 Using Behavioral Tools to Drive Better Decision Making

  Free to International Foundation and ISCEBS Members

RECORDED – September 28, 2017
3:00-4:30 p.m. ET

The study of behavioral economics helps us understand how social and emotional biases and experience influence how we make financial decisions. Sometimes emotions and experience lead to poor decision making or inertia. Join us at this webcast to learn more about:

  • Using choice architecture and framing to fight inertia
  • Combining participant behavior into financial education
  • How behavior dictates communication plans, and
  • How decision making and behavior are affected in a digital environment.



James V. Bracchitta, CEBS [view bio
SAG-Producers Pension & Health Plan
New York, New York


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