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BPP will publish special issues devoted to a single topic or theme. Details about some of the special issues currently underway are included on this page.
Special Issue on Neuroscience and behavioural economics of consumer behaviour – implications for policy makers
This special issue should provide insights into the biological foundation of consumer behaviour and its implication for public policy. All papers should raise the policy implications that the research brings about. While some authors may present the state of the art of psychological and neuroscientific process-models of consumer choices, others may show how neuroscience methods can help to provide information about not individuals but market-aggregates.
For more information, please view the call for papers