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Cultural Economics is an advancement in strategic planning which recognizes that economic decisions are based on specific factors such as cultural consensus, social status concerns, popular discourse, and historic change. (Often several of these working in concert). These cultural factors untether consumer behavior from purely rational considerations such as quality or price, or emotional platitudes such as happiness or fun. Cultural Economics explores how, and more specifically, why people make decisions by analyzing the cultural subtext driving consumer choice.