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Tailoring gifts

24 December 2012 By Olaf Storbeck

If Christmas gifts were an investment, they would fall under the law of diminishing returns. Overspending is unproductive and small presents may be more efficient, behavioural economists suggest. A case where stinginess makes sense. At least economically.

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