Behavioural economics: shaping optimal decision making, including fraud prevention

Behavioural economics (BE) facilitates better understanding of consumer biases that may lead to sub-optimal decision making. Insurers can use this information to influence consumer behaviours across the value chain, including to reduce fraud, improve efficiency and ultimately also profitability.

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