Behavioral Economics & Human Rights

A Behavioral Economic Framework for Fighting Poverty and Promoting Freedom & Development — published on the World Poverty & Human Rights Online website as part of a WPHR class I’d taken this past Spring.

The published HTML version can be found on the site.

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  1. S A McDonald

    June 28, 2011 @ 1:55 pm

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    Is poverty an issue that can be solved? If so, can it be solved by governmental and political means, or by humanitarian and charitable efforts? This paper is an excellent attempt to demonstrate how Behavioral Economics tries to bring both areas together and the obstacles and barriers that it faces… Very Well written.

    S A McDonald

    {Economic Development Administration, EDA}

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