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Behavioral economics perspective: Are we nearing herd immunity faster than we think? (access required)

Serving as the president of Alfred University, which is teaching over half of its courses in person and another 25 percent in hybrid fashion (in person combined with online), provides valuable perspective on dealing with COVID. So too does my economics education. Behavioral economics — which applies insights from psychology/sociology to explain economic decision-making — ...
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