If you're like many people, “nudging” is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of “behavioral economics.” For example, "nudging" can help families eat healthier by making fruits and vegetables the most prominently featured item in the grocery store. Nudges and other types of low-cost tweaks to policy design have had some impressive impacts in Latin America and the … [Read more...] about How Nudges can Help Improve Adult-Child Interactions
About Jane Leer
Jane Leer is a Ph.D. student in Public Policy and Psychology at Duke University. Her research explores socioeconomic inequality in relation to child and adolescent development in the U.S. and internationally.