An economic approach to understanding and addressing corruption
October 5, 2021

Join Chamindu, Jade, Morgan, and Stephen as they use insights from behavioural economics to analyse the motivation and effects of corruption, before exploring policy options for detection and prevention.


Behavioural economics: How rational is the human mind?
September 13, 2020

From the ashes of neoclassical thinking, behavioural economics has emerged. Aleisha, Oliver and Qi Rui examine some of the key principles as well as explore some classic examples of how the decision making process is sometimes more psychological than strictly rational.


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