Ipsitaa Khullar received her Bachelor’s degree from Yale University where she double majored in Economics and Psychology and conducted research in clinical & social psychology, consumer behavior, and development economics. She is currently studying cross-cultural differences in ‘belonging’ between Indian and American college students. Having spent two summers working at J-PAL, Ipsitaa is interested in guiding public policy informed by behavioral principles.
Behavioral Strategies to Stay Productive during COVID Isolation
Elder people remain the most vulnerable to the deadly global pandemic. But just as much, the young will also bear a heavy blow from COVID-19's fallout.