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At least in part, the games include elements that make children more susceptible to buying in-app-purchases. Though this tactic may have been somewhat attenuated. In some other cases, I found the following conclusion from this review paper: Purchase behavior is explained primarily with purchase intention but also with habits. Purchase ...
Quiet simply: loss aversion People are adverse to loss, the majority of people who are wealthy pay into a system they get little direct benefit from, in comparison to poorer people who tend to get back what they put in or more depending on circumstance. However the rich, and everyone else, benefit from being in wealthy westernised societies with higher ...
With wealth comes required security, at least if you value your existence and temporary stay on this earth. Also, like the first comment stated, a lot of wealth is hidden, usually (my personal opinion at least) for means of not paying taxes or something along those lines.
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