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Behavioural Science – Help or Hindrance?

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The study of how ordinary people make decisions across different contexts has had an increasingly influential role in policymaking. In the latest installment of CoronaNomics, Cass Sunstein of Harvard Business School and Stephen Reicher of the University of St. Andrews speak with The Independent’s Ben Chu and The Telegraph’s Lizzy Burden about how findings from behavioral science can be used to improve policy responses to the pandemic.

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The study of how ordinary people make decisions across different contexts has had an increasingly influential role in policymaking. In the latest installment of CoronaNomics, Cass Sunstein of Harvard Business School and...

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