Using a unique, visual approach, Nathalie Spencer uncovers the science behind how we think about, use and manage money to guide you to a wiser and more enjoyable relationship with your finances.
From examining how cashless transactions affect our spending and decoding the principles of why a bargain draws you in, through to exposing what it really means to be an effective forecaster, Good Money reveals how you can be motivated to be better with money and provides you with essential tools to boost your financial well-being.
Nathalie Spencer is a behavioural scientist at Commonwealth Bank of Australia. She explores financial decision making and how insights from behavioural science can be used to boost financial wellbeing. Prior to CBA, Nathalie worked in London at ING where she wrote regularly for eZonomics, and at the RSA, where she co-authored Wired for Imprudence: Behavioural Hurdles to Financial Capability, among other titles. She has a Bachelor of Commerce from McGill University and a Master of Science in Behavioural Economics from Maastricht University. Born and raised in Boston USA, Nathalie has lived briefly in Canada, Germany, the Netherlands, and was based in the UK for over ten years before moving to Australia where she now lives.