Our Behavioral Decision Making area faculty conduct research on a number of different topics important to the Behavioral Decision Making profession. Below are a few examples of our recent work.
Shlomo Benartzi and a team of experts make the financial case that governments should spend more on nudging
Hengchen Dai, studying the world of tennis, unearths a potential downside to office ranking systems
Research reveals that those wary of payday loans tend to manage their finances better
Peer ranking might cut dangerous antibiotic overuse
Research by Hal Hershfield and Shlomo Benartzi offers daily, weekly and monthly contribution schemes to gauge behavior
New approaches to spending and time-management examine how our actions do or don’t influence our level of satisfaction