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Richard Thaler Wins Nobel Prize in Economics

Oct 9, 2017 by DJ Neri & Evan Nesterak, The Behavioral Scientist

Richard Thaler, our long-time advisor (and a source of inspiration for our work), has been awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics for his pioneering work in applied behavioral economics. Below is an article about the impact of his contributions to the field that originally appeared on the Behavioral Scientist.  Richard Thaler, an economist at the University of … Read more.

ideas42 Seminar Series: A Talk with Mitesh Patel

Jul 10, 2017 by ideas42

ideas42’s network of academic affiliates represent some of the world’s foremost experts in behavioral science. With the ideas42 Affiliate Series, we invite leading scholars to share their insights and what inspires their exploration into human behavior. Our New York office was pleased to host Mitesh Patel of the University of Pennsylvania. Mitesh studies innovative ways to change health … Read more.

ideas42 Seminar Series: A Talk with Christopher Bryan

May 18, 2017 by ideas42

ideas42’s network of academic affiliates represent some of the world’s foremost experts in behavioral science. With the ideas42 Affiliate Series, we invite leading scholars to share their insights and what inspires their exploration into human behavior. Our New York office was pleased to host Christopher Bryan of the University of Chicago Booth. Christopher studies psychological influence, … Read more.

Meet the Behavioral Evidence Hub: Powerful Solutions for Problem-Solvers

May 11, 2017 by ideas42

ideas42 is excited to join with Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) and the Center for Health Incentives & Behavioral Economics at the University of Pennsylvania (CHIBE) in launching the Behavioral Evidence Hub, a comprehensive resource that brings together some of the world’s most promising innovative solutions into a single tool, putting them within easy reach … Read more.

ideas42 Seminar Series: A Talk with Ashton Anderson

Apr 4, 2017 by ideas42

With the ideas42 Seminar Series, we invite leading scholars to share their insights and what inspires their exploration into human behavior. Our New York office was pleased to host Ashton Anderson, a post-doc researcher in the Computational Social Science group at Microsoft Research in New York. Ashton has a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Stanford … Read more.

ideas42 Seminar Series: A Talk With Rich Patterson

Oct 27, 2016 by ideas42

With the ideas42 Seminar Series, we invite leading scholars to share their insights and what inspires their exploration into human behavior. Our New York office was pleased to host Rich Patterson, Assistant Professor of Economics in the department of Social Sciences at the United States Military Academy at West Point.  Dr. Patterson completed his B.A. … Read more.

Building Resilience Through Organizational Habits: Dispatches from the Bellagio Center Thematic Month on Human Behavior

Oct 24, 2016 by Saugato Datta and Nicki Cohen

During the Thematic Month on Human Behavior at The Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center, the Foundation and ideas42 brought together 13 academics, artists, and practitioners to apply a behavioral lens to the broader exploration of resilience and inclusive economies, the Foundation’s two strategic goals. Leading a month-long residency that gathered the best and brightest to specifically … Read more.

ideas42 Seminar Series: A Talk with William Elliott

Sep 30, 2016 by ideas42

With the ideas42 Seminar Series, we invite leading scholars to share their insights and what inspires their exploration into human behavior. Our New York office was pleased to host William Elliott of The University of Kansas this week. William founded of the Center on Assets, Education, and Inclusion (AEDI) in KU’s School of Social Welfare. He is a … Read more.

ideas42 Seminar Series: A Talk with Sandy Baum

Sep 13, 2016 by ideas42

With the ideas42 Seminar Series, we invite leading scholars to share their insights and what inspires their exploration into human behavior. Our New York office was pleased to host Sandy Baum of the Urban Institute. An expert on higher education finance, she speaks and writes extensively about issues relating to college access, college pricing, student aid … Read more.