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Endowment Effect

The Endowment Effect, a behavioral economics principle, explains how individuals tend to overvalue items they possess compared to equivalent items they do not own. By understanding this principle, organizations can enhance employee messaging by emphasizing the value and benefits employees already possess, fostering a sense of ownership and reinforcing desired behaviors.


Download the DataSheet to see three examples of how the Endowment Effect might be applied at your company, or click here to access a comprehensive guide on the 20 most effective behavioral economics principles and examples for applying them in your employee communications.


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