The Psychology Behind Incentives with Uri Gneezy – Kaye Putnam

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The Psychology Behind Incentives with Uri Gneezy – Kaye Putnam

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On this episode, my visitor Uri Gneezy joins me to speak in regards to the psychology behind creating and utilizing incentives.

Uri Gneezy is the Epstein/Atkinson Endowed Chair in Behavioral Economics and professor on the Rady College of Administration on the College of California, San Diego. He acquired his B.A. in economics at Tel Aviv College and Ph.D. in economics at Tilburg College. Gneezy joined UC San Diego in 2006. Previous to that, he was a professor on the College of Chicago, the Technion and the College of Haifa. He was a visiting scholar on the College of Amsterdam, NHH Bergen and Burgundy College of Enterprise. 

As a researcher, Gneezy focuses on placing behavioral economics to work in the actual world, the place principle can meet utility. He’s in search of fundamental analysis in addition to extra utilized approaches to the examine of when and why incentives (don’t) work. His analysis covers subjects resembling incentives-based interventions to extend good habits and reduce dangerous ones, gender variations in response to incentives, and the way incentives have an effect on deception and moral conduct generally. Along with the standard laboratory and area research, he’s working with companies on utilizing fundamental findings from behavioral economics to assist firms obtain their conventional objectives in non-traditional methods. 

Gneezy’s analysis contains over 100 peer-reviewed journal articles, for which he gained the Most Extremely Cited Researcher prize for the final 8 years. He’s a coauthor (with John Record) of the worldwide greatest vendor The Why Axis: Hidden Motives and the Undiscovered Economics of On a regular basis Life and creator of Combined Alerts: How Incentives Actually Work.

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