STRIVE Learning Lab 27. Nudging health outcomes: Using behavioural economics to design health interventions in developing countries

Abstract

What is behavioural economics and how can it help design more effective interventions? Saugato Datta discusses examples of applications of behavioural economics in the health domain, in both developed and developing countries including: applications to HIV testing; age-disparate sex in sub-Saharan Africa; intimate partner violence in India.

Citation

Saugato Datta. STRIVE Learning Lab 27. Nudging health outcomes: Using behavioural economics to design health interventions in developing countries. (2014) [55 min, 1 sec]

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