My interest is growing for Psychology and Behavioural Economics. I have always been interested in Demographics but my background being Finance a crucial aspect was missing.
I was surprised by the revelation that, despite the enormity of both these subjects, what informs them and the people that theorise them, is the day-to-day thoughts and interactions we rarely acknowledge out loud.
Our inner thoughts influence all our interactions and decisions. Add all those countless interactions together, for each individual in any location, and you have an economy that thrives proportionally to how open it is to personal understanding.