Behavioral Economics in Public Health Practice


The major contributors to mortality today are linked to behavioral and social factors such as tobacco use, poor diet, lack of physical exercise, use of drugs and alcohol, sexual behavior, and lack of access to medical care.Studies over the last decade have demonstrated the effectiveness of interventions based on social and behavioral economics theory for the prevention of some of these recurring issues.


  • Healthcare Market
    Behavioral Economics Insights for a Hungry Healthcare Market
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  • Behavioral Economics Can Improve Healthcare Communications
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  • What Is Behavioral Finance?
    What Is Behavioral Finance?
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