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Behavioral Economics for Development Executive Education

Speaker

Joseph Sherlock

Behavioral economics serves as a design framework that helps program managers improve project effectiveness by furthering their understanding of human decision-making, biases and communication. In this online Behavioral Economics course you will explore how these behavioral insights can help you better understand and address development challenges faced by low-income communities and learn behavioral science theory, methods and real-world development applications. Working alongside Duke faculty and peers, you'll apply your new knowledge and skills to various development sectors during the course's immersive and engaging group project component. | Delivery: Virtual| Contact us at dcidexed@duke.edu.

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