Arash is a student researcher at the Centre for Multidisciplinary Behavioural Business Research at Concordia University. He is interested in studying the cognitive and neurobiological mechanisms of decision-making.
To Nudge, or Adjudge? That’s the Enviro-Policy Question
Looking at enviro-policy, insights from behavioral economics offer the implementation of nudges as a more innovative solution to traditional carbon taxes.
More Slacking, Less Tracking: How Scarcity Affects the Working Poor
Insights from behavioral economics are used to explain why the poor are not poor simply by virtue of their bad decisions.