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Sheheryar Banuri, University of East Anglia

Saturday, May 23, 2020 9:07 AM | Victor Perton (Administrator)

In general, optimism bias is quite useful, yielding better life outcomes in certain situations. People with higher levels of optimism work harder, save more and are more likely to remarry after divorce.

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