Behavioural Economics and Regulatory Policy

Authors: Pete Lunn

Research Areas: Behavioural Economics

This research project, funded by the OECD, will analyse the application of behavioural economics by governments and regulatory agencies in regulatory policy. The paper will provide an international comparative analysis of institutional structures and methodologies, including case study examples of using behavioural economics in regulatory policy.

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