Namrata Raju is currently pursuing a Master in Public Administration degree at the Harvard Kennedy School. Before this, she worked for 7 years on consumer behaviour research, predominantly in the MENA region and other emerging markets.
Overconfidence: From PacMan to ‘Ghost’ Torpedoes
This article explores the behavioural phenomenon of overconfidence and its consequences for officials who call the shots on decisions to wage war.
Implicit Bias, Gender – And Why We Are All Culprits
We are still in the early stages of of understanding the ways in which implicit biases shape our behaviour, and the ways we can actively combat them.
Why Road Safety And Bank Queues Are Long-Lost Cousins
Policymakers and private players are cottoning on to the reality that people are often imperfectly rational, and factoring this into policy design.