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A market researcher, a duck, and a behavioral economist walk into a bar…

duckA market researcher, a duck and a behavioral economist walk into a bar…

The market researcher wants to know what percent of the patrons are drinking beer. The behavioral economist wants to test if patrons who are facing the beer sign are more likely to order beer than those not facing the beer sign. And the duck. Well, the duck is just a duck. Sorry.

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Kathryn Korostoff

Kathryn Korostoff is founder and lead instructor at Research Rockstar. Over the past 25 years, she has personally directed more than 600 primary market research projects and published over 100 bylined articles in magazines. She is also a professor at Boston University, where she teaches grad students how to analyze and report quantitative data.

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1 thought on “A market researcher, a duck, and a behavioral economist walk into a bar…”

  1. It seems like behavioral economics can be applied to any area of work or study. This looks like a really neat opportunity to learn about how it affects the market researcher. I would think that understanding behavioral economics would give market researchers a leg up over competition.

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