The Behavioral Economics Group is the LinkedIn network associated with The group connects academia, business and the public sector by bringing together people with a shared interest in behavioral science, particularly the influence of cognitive, emotional and social factors on decision making.

The BE Group was established in May, 2008, and now has more than 39,000 members.

Recent Discussions

What could supply-side behavioral economics look like?
Can AI nudge us to make better choices?
Tired of losing to “do nothing”?
The vice and virtue of becoming stuck in our ways
Behavioral economics’ bone of contention
Behavioral insights of the week
Behavioral insights in France
How Americans make and spend their money, by education level
An accidental (behavioral) economist takes a break
Cybersecurity’s battleground economics

Membership Composition


Financial Services: 11%
Research: 10%
Marketing and Advertising: 9%
Management Consulting: 7%
Higher Education: 7%
Market Research: 3%


London, UK: 10%
Greater New York: 5%
San Francisco Bay Area: 3%
Washington D.C.: 2%
Greater Chicago: 2%
Greater Boston: 2%