Insights from Behavioral Economics on Current Policy Issues
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The paper examines behavioral constraints in policy-making and in achieving coordination across policies. First it applies psychological concepts to understand policy inadequacies, and next examines how general reforms or better coordination can be achieved using psychological trigger strategies.
Keywords: eSS, Indian policy; Behavioural constraints; Psychological trigger strategies, Behavioral Economics, Current Policy Issues, policy making, policy inadequacies, psychological concepts, global financial crisis (GFC), fiscal deficit, Reserve Bank of India (RBI), inflation, macro prudential policy. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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