Carl Jung and Behavioral Economics
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This paper discusses Jung's idea of the collective unconscious and how that factors into neuroeconomics and cognitive bias that affects consumers' buying decisions.
From the Paper:"Carl Jung's concept of the collective unconscious suggests that society shares an unconscious mind that is the product of ancestral experience and that contains elements of various human institutions such as science, religion and morality. This notion of a reservoir of the experiences of our species was thought by Jung to explain why people tend to make similar choices even though they do not know each other or live in the same region or era. Jung's concept gave rise to..."
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