The Neuroeconomics of the Second Track: Processes, outcomes and impact
Keywords:neuroeconomics, behavioural economics, Second Track processes, group decision making
Recent research in the fields of neuroscience and behavioural economics offer clues to the success of GAP's Second Track process of productive group collaboration. Entrepreneur and philanthropist Peter Fritz AO explores the ways in which individual and group decision making can be optimised through this approach.
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