ABC of Behavioral Economics

Informing Public and Private Policies

This is a general training on Behavioral Economics and its application to public and private policies. In this training the psychological principles about how people effectively judge and make decisions are presented, and it is demonstrated how these principles can be used to build more effective policies, often with low operating costs. The examples presented relate to different areas such as Human Resources, Education or Sustainability, but will be an example of behavioral issues relevant to many other areas. In the end, the participant should be able to look at behavioral issues in a deeper way, and identify relevant issues in their own field.