WEBCAST ONLY: The Power Of The Nudge: Policy Lessons From Behavioral Economics

September 4, 2015 Nemes Random

Research study is multiplying in behavioral economics, a field at the crossway of psychology and economics which attemptsattempts to study how individuals really behave, rather than the method they are presumed to behave in economic experts abstract models. This work has actually developed new and efficient policies across lots of areas, from encouraging people to conserve for retirement to discouraging them from cigarette smoking.

On September 18, the Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy at Brookings will check out lessons from behavioral economics for financial and financial policy with leading historians in the field, who will certainly share their conclusions and recommendations for policy.

Join us for the live webcast and belong of the discussion on Twitter with #Nudge.

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