Belinda is a PhD Candidate at the University of Greenwich, London. She studies decision–making under risk and uncertainty and believes that insights from evolutionary psychology can help improve our understanding of what influences risk–taking. She is particularly interested in applying evolutionary psychology to improve the decision–making of investors and financial traders.
Need Not Greed: Bonuses, Risk–Taking And Evolution
Why would we seemingly be willing to take risks to earn more? What actually motivates and drives risk–taking? The answer may lie in how we have evolved.