Presented on Behavioural Economics at the Link Group Conference

On 20 April 2018, I had the opportunity to give a keynote talk at the Link Group conference, which is a firm that administers over 10 million superannuation accounts on behalf of their client funds (e.g., AustralianSuper, REST, Cbus and Hostplus). In attendance were about 50 Fund CEOs, COOs and other Marketing, IT and Operations professionals.

My talk was titled, Human Irrationality – An introduction to behavioural economics. You can see the presentation below, and access the presentation slides here. The idea was to introduce some of the key findings from behavioural economics and draw connections with retirement saving. I think the audience was very receptive and I had some good discussions after the talk.

I really enjoyed the event and must thank Katrina Waghorne  for inviting me, and Shannon Goard for the great introduction.