These behavioural economics jokes are as bad as anything you’ll find in a Christmas cracker…

“Why did chicken economicus cross the road?

To maximize utility.”


One of many behavioral economics jokes collected by


. So bad, they’re good.


Knock Knock.
Who’s there?
Dunning-Kruger effect
Dunning-Kruger effect who?
Good one, isn’t it?
This and other gems here

Q: Hear about the behavioral scientist who wanted to help people save for retirement? A: No, you were auto-enrolled.

“What do you ask Daniel Kahneman when he has to use the bathroom?”

Is it a system 1 or a system 2?

When it comes to corny behavioral science jokes, if you can’t get quality go with quantity. Or get both ;-). Exhibit A

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One dog says to another, “Does the name Pavlov ring a bell?”

“No,” the other replies, “but it makes my mouth water.”

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Why do #behavioral scientists have such bad teeth?

Floss aversion.

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Q: What do you call a picture of


demonstrating the endowment effect?

A: A mug shot.

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New BSci Definitions – Fundamental Cattribution Error: Tendency to overemphasize personality-based explanations for your cat’s behavior, while under emphasizing the role of situational influences on the same behavior—like you being single and living alone.

Q: Why was the neuroscience movie rated R?

A: Pre-frontal nudity.

And there’s more…

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