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Free Thinking: Behavioural economics

Our Free Thinking white paper asks, does behavioural economic theory have a role to play in pharmaceutical market research?
Books espousing behavioural economic theories, such as “Thinking Fast and Slow” authored by Daniel Kahneman, have become essential reading for market researchers looking to improve their understanding of how people think, feel and behave.

This theory can be very useful in consumer research, where we already know the power brands have on influencing purchase decisions. But can behavioural economics theory be applied to the pharmaceutical healthcare industry, where treatment decisions are often made in a highly regulated environment and by educated professionals using sound, rational judgement?

Download and read the complimentary whitepaper at http://bit.ly/1L5YhyM

We are one of the largest independent healthcare market research and consulting agencies in the world. Trusted partner to the global pharmaceutical industry, we use our expertise and experience to deliver intelligent, tailor-made solutions. We provide strategic recommendations that go beyond research, helping our clients to answer their fundamental business challenges. 

27th March 2015

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