08: Economic Paternalism

In this episode grad students Jackie Stein, Liz Bell and Jakina Debnam and Professor David Just discuss economic paternalism in policy and decision making and the consequences of instituting policies.
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07: Election Shock

In this episode grad students Jackie Stein, Jade Womack and Ceren Karacasu along with Professor David Just discuss the fallout from the 2016 US Presidential election, the reaction to the “shock” outcome of the election and why the outcome may’ve not been so far fetched as pre-election forecasts indicated.
Recorded 11-11-16
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06: Holiday Eating

In this episode grad student Jackie Stein, Prof. David Just and visiting scholars Raquel Diaz and Ben Missbach discuss Thanksgiving and similar holidays that inspire increased eating of high calorie foods across the world and how to possibly adjust to a holiday diet.
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05: Tiny Habits and Behavioral Change

In this first episode of the second season the podcast crew discuss Tiny habits by DR BJ Fogg and how they can be used to change behavior in a manner more conducive to our lifestyles and how they relate back to behavioral economics.
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04: Marijuana and Obesity

In this episode Host Roberto Figari is Joined by ’master’ PhD candidate Jeff Swigert, Professor David Just and masters student Andrew Lysaught in discussing marijuana legalization and it’s relation to obesity in the United States.
Originally published April 2016
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03: Valentines Day Gifts

In this episode Professor David Just and Food and Brand Lab staffers Adam Brumberg and Katie Baildon discuss valentines day gift giving.
Originally published March 2016.
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02: Lotteries

In this episode host Roberto Figari Professor David Just and Food and Brand Lab researcher Gnel Gabrielyan discuss lotteries and who plays them.
Originally published March 2016.
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