IIT January Forum: Behavioral Economics and Sustainability
Behavioral economics explores why people sometimes make irrational decisions, and why and how their behavior does not follow the predictions of economic models. Behavioral economics is not about controlling behavior or dealing with people’s irrationality. Rather it is about using a more realistic, psychologically informed model of decision-making, while maintaining a focus on institutions and the way in which decisions are made. Join us and guest speaker Pamela Cohen to learn more on how some institutions now apply this research to environmentally sustainable consumption.
Jan. 17, 2014
Lunch is provided, gluten free and vegan options available
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