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Why everything you’ve heard about panic buying might be wrong

Why everything you’ve heard about panic buying might be wrong

Update: 2021-10-0612
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With queues outside petrol stations and claims that selfish punters are using jerry cans to stockpile fuel, one word has become synonymous with the supply chain crisis that has hit the UK in recent weeks: panic. But the social psychologist Clifford Stott says something different is going on. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus
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Why everything you’ve heard about panic buying might be wrong

Why everything you’ve heard about panic buying might be wrong

The Guardian