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Behavioural Economics

Behavioural Economics

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Behavioural Economicsand Public Policy
 Roundtable Proceedings
Melbourne, 8-9 August 2007
April 2008
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these papers are those of 
the authors and do not
necessarily reflect those of the
Productivity Commission.
ISBN 978 1 74037 252 7
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 Behavioural Economics and Public Policy
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