ISDM Deputy Director on Univ. of Chicago Behavioral Economics Panel (with video)

On Friday May 20th, ISDM Deputy Director, Prof. Andrew Caplin was one of the speakers on a panel hosted by the University of Chicago’s Becker Friedman Institute in Economics titled, “The Behavioral Shift: What Behavioral Economics Means for Traditional Analyses”. The research from behavioral economics can help scholars and policymakers understand how to design economic systems in the presence of behavioral biases, and can inform public policy to make it more effective. The panel discussed what behavioral economics means for traditional analyses and this domain of research. Watch the discussion and learn more about this powerful field of research below: