Tuesday, March 01, 2022

Behavioural Science and Emerging Digitial Products Reading Groups

During reading groups with students here at LSE, we will discuss papers from a number of emerging literatures at the interface of behavioural science. I am making the papers and reading lists available on this blog as they may be of interest to wider readers. 

The readings for this one on emerging digital products are below. The reading list on Buy Now Pay Later products is also useful for this. 


Xiao, L. Y., & Newall, P. (2021). Probability disclosures are not enough: Reducing loot box reward complexity as a part of ethical video game design.

FTC Announcement on Enforcement of Regulation of Dark Patterns https://www.ftc.gov/news-events/press-releases/2021/10/ftc-ramp-enforcement-against-illegal-dark-patterns-trick-or-trap

FCA (2019) Consumer attitudes and awareness of cryptoassets: research summary

The President’s Initiative on Junk Fees and Related Pricing Practices.

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