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Behavioral economics uses insights from psychology to better understand economic outcomes. Development economics generates solutions to world poverty through economic analysis. Hear how these two fields are working together to better understand household behavior and improve economic outcomes in developing countries.
Presented by Ted O'Donoghue, professor of economics, and James Berry, assistant professor of economics; moderated by George Boyin, professor of economics.