Dr. Elizabeth Linos is an assistant professor of public policy at UC Berkeley. Her research lies at the intersection of public management and behavioral science, which involves using tools from behavioral science to improve government service delivery. She was formerly the VP and Head of Research and Evaluation at the Behavioral Insights Team in North America, where she worked with government agencies in the US and the UK to improve programs using behavioral science and to build capacity around rigorous evaluation.
The Practitioners Know Best: Understanding How Well Nudges Really Work
The Decision Lab sits down with Elizabeth Linos and Stefano DellaVigna to discuss their work on behavioral economics and policy making.