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Good Citizens Should Understand Behavioral Economics Bill Wood Tedxdeerfield

There is burgeoning demand in America for greater understanding of the field of Economics. A near-universal lack of sufficient knowledge about topics such as ...

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David Laibson, Ph.D., Chairman, Department of Economics, Harvard University discusses present day bias in behavioral economics and how to change that ...

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Your path seems obvious. Those who love writing become writers or journalists. Have a love of medicine? Become a doctor. But following your dreams to make ...

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Are you curious about what you're paying for when it comes to electricity? Eaton's Power Systems Experience Center breaks down a power bill to help you ...

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Change is an inseparable part of nature: seasons come and go; species adapt over time. Yet, humans remain fundamentally different. We are utterly adverse to ...

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Ignite Talks is a fast-paced geek event started in 2006 by Brady Forrest and Bre Pettis. Since the first Ignite took place in Seattle around 10 years ago, Ignite has ...

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Climate change. Oceans of plastic. Polluted water. Stagnant wages. The challenges we face can feel overwhelming. In the aftermath of the Financial Crisis, ...

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A central question in law and economics is how people will behave in the presence of legal rules. An essential part of that inquiry is what makes people happy or ...

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Freakonomics Radio 2018 // The Men Who Started a Thinking Revolution Starting in the late 1960s, the Israeli psychologists Amos Tversky and Danny ...

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Roberto Saba, Dean of Law School at the University of Palermo in Argentina, discusses his view of citizenship and how that view influences his work.

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David Just on food psychology and the economics of marketing.

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Alternative Afrika live coverage of the DEC Lecture Series: Why Do People Stay Poor? Rural day laborers account for a large share of the global poor.

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Massoma Alam talks about her journey with Anxiety and Panic Disorder and the tools that helped her overcome anxiety. These tools can help anyone from those ...

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Knowledge is powder. When it comes to avalanches, understanding the snowpack and terrain is crucial, but even with this knowledge, people die. Dr. Jordy ...

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Manifest Millennial: Neuroeconomics & Society Victoria C. Ramirez-Miller is a rising senior at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville majoring in Neuroscience ...

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Introductory Remarks Stuart Benjamin, Duke Law School, The Center for Innovation Policy at Duke Law Nita Farahany, Duke Law School, Duke Initiative for ...

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Don J. DeVoretz, IZA Research Fellow and Professor of Economics at the Simon Fraser University in Canada, talks about migration and the importance of ...

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full video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BECqpJdvte8&t=1075s.

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Nice speaking with you today, Suneel. This is going to be an interesting topic on behavioral economics and its relations to supply chain. Can you first provide us ...

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