In the same way that viruses spread in open and interconnected societies like ours, the information that is shared grows exponentially. This essential tool is key to eradicating the virus, but if it is poorly disseminated, it could create panic with unexpected consequences. The discussion with Carlos Scartascini, leader of the Behavioral Economics Group of the Inter-American Development Bank.
What does psychology have to do with public policies to handle challenges such as corruption, savings, urban congestion or obesity? Find out in this conversation on behavioral economics between former IDB President Luis Alberto Moreno; Carlos Scartascini, Principal Economist in the Bank's Research Department; and Florencia López Boo, senior specialist in the Health and Social Protection Division.
Our first edition of EXPERTOS !, where we had as the first EXPERT Carlos Scartascini, Leader IDB Behavioral Economics Group (IDB Inter-American Development Bank), who is an EXPERT in Behavioral Economics, and he shared information about Behavioral Economics.
How do we use the tools of behavioral economics to lessen the effect of the coronavirus? How do we accompany health and economic policies with communication so that they are successful? What is the role of social norms to generate better behaviors? These are just some of the questions that we try to answer in this conversation organized by La Silla Vacía with Santiago Borda Esquivel and María Cecilia Dedios
Why mentoring matters? Beyond helping our employees to develop their careers, it helps them increase their diverse networks and build their own personal brand. Join our 10-min conversation #InsideIDB with Nathalia from Peru, Aurelie from Haiti, and Carlos from Argentina about how we foster mentoring programs for our employees at the IDB. #LinedkInLive #DentrodelBID