Behavioral Science in Public Policy: Understanding policymaker’s behaviors in policy development

Credits: 80000hours.org
  • How do they make decisions?
  • What are the different types of interactions taking place during policy development? Who are the stakeholders involved in each such interaction?
  • What are the behavioral drivers and barriers that policy makers face while developing a policy?
  1. https://behavioralscientist.org/applying-behavioral-science-upstream-in-the-policy-design-process
  2. https://www.columbiapublicpolicyreview.org/2020/02/behavioral-science-and-policy-design-a-novel-approach-to-restore-trust-in-the-public-sector/
  3. The Rise and Spread of Behavioral Public Policy: An Opportunity for Critical Research and Self-Reflection
  4. Kates J, Wexler A, Lief E. Donor government funding for HIV in low- and middle-income countries in 2020. San Francisco: Kaiser Family Foundation and UNAIDS; 2021.

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