Advances in Behavioral Economics and Finance Leadership
Julia M. Puaschunder ()
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Julia M. Puaschunder: The New School, New York, USA
RAIS Conference Proceedings 2021 from Research Association for Interdisciplinary Studies
Advances in Behavioral Economics and Finance Leadership are likely to show these three speculative trends and focus attention on: Ethics of Inclusion in the wake of social justice pledges will demand a comparative approach to understand the most contemporary responsibility challenges of our time. With the COVID-19 pandemic having exacerbated existing inequalities and rising new gaps within society, inequality alleviation will become essential in the post-COVID-19 era in the domains of access to affordable healthcare, finance, education, digitalization and sharing the burden to protect the environment. Law and Economics developments may aid in envisioning a transition to a more inclusive society. While the legal analysis grants insights about the disparate impact of policies, the economic analysis allows to study efficiency of burden sharing over time and with consideration of externalities. Digitalization offers unprecedented human advancement and democratization potential free from corruption. At the same time, shifting marketplaces to online virtual spaces opens gates for misinformation and disinformation being used in a competitive sense. Ethics of inclusion, Law and Economics advocacy and interdisciplinary dialogue building but also human-artificial intelligence algorithm compatibility are expected to become key advancements in behavioral economics and finance leadership of the future.
Keywords: Artificial Intelligence; AI; Behavioral Economics; Coronavirus; COVID-19; Digitalization; Education; Environment; Finance; Finance Leadership (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 5 pages
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Published in Proceedings of the 25th International RAIS Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities, December 5-6, 2021, pages 13-17
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