Consumer and decision making about pensions

When we think about decision-making, we often think about it as a single, linear process in which people weigh up the pros and cons of the various options before making a choice. Indeed, this ability to systematically process information in order to reach the best possible decision is […]

Age and decision making of relevance for pensions

While the behavioural biases we identify are generally considered to be universal among humans, research finds that there are two aspects of aging that can lead older people to be more prone to certain types of biases. As we get older, we increasingly behave in ways that maintain […]