Social Commerce Today considers how behavioral economics can inform social shopping strategies.

A recent piece at Social Commerce Today raises some thought-provoking points on the psychology that drives shopping in general – and which bear implications for social shopping. Social Commerce Today decided to evaluate Dan Ariely‘s book on behavioral economics, Predictably Irrational, to understand some of the irrational reactions that drive us to consume – and their potential implications against social commerce (conspicuous consumption, magnified among our social networks). We've highlighted some of the key notions below, for consideration and discussion:

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