Poorvi is currently pursuing an MSc in Social Research Methods at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Prior to this, she has completed her BA in Economics and Psychology from New York University (NYU) and an MSc in Economics and Business (with a specialisation in behavioural economics) from Erasmus University Rotterdam in the Netherlands. Additionally, she has research experience in the field of behavioural economics at institutions like NYU, University of Mumbai and ETH Zurich. Her research interests lie in the applications of behavioural and experimental economics in understanding prosocial preferences.
Dancing to the Tunes of a Choice Architect
Choice architecture can help policymakers or marketers tweak a decision-making environment to influence the final outcome.