2015–2016 IRP Webinar Series

IRP places a high priority on making knowledge and information available to interested parties. In addition to our on-campus seminar series, IRP offers regular online webinars on current research on poverty and social inequality in the United States. Register for upcoming webinars or watch recordings of past webinars.

November 4, 2015, 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. CST

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How Merging Psychology and Economics Can Contribute to Poverty Research and Policy

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Featuring: Justin Sydnor and Lydia Ashton

Justin Sydnor and Lydia Ashton

In this webinar, Justin Sydnor and Lydia Ashton will provide an overview of behavioral economics and neuroeconomics and discuss how findings from these two fields can be applied to poverty research and policy. Lydia Ashton will also present some results from her ongoing "Hunger Games" research, in which she examines how hunger affects economic decision-making.

Previous IRP Webinars: 2014–2015 | 2013–2014 | 2012–2013