Tony Jiang is a Staff Writer at the Decision Lab. He is highly curious about understanding human behavior through the perspectives of economics, psychology, and biology. Through his writing, he aspires to help individuals and organizations better understand the potential that behavioral insights can have. Tony holds an MSc (Distinction) in Behavioral Economics from the University of Nottingham and a BA in Economics from Skidmore College, New York.
Are We Innately Selfish? What the Science Has to Say
Over millennia, countless philosophers have written about our inherently selfish nature. But evidence suggests this may not be true.
Too Much of a Good Thing: Reciprocity and Corruption
Social norms structure our lives and usually lead to good behavior. But the norm of reciprocity can also fuel corruption.