24: Bitcoin, Bubbles and Bulbs

In this episode we are joined by MBA Student Cruise Chen to talk about bitcoin and some of the rationales as to why people invest in it. We also talk about economic bubbles and the history of how and why they form. Hosted by Ceren Karacasu, Yudong Rao and David Just.

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23: Behavioral Dimensions of Food Security

Welcome back to Mad Hat Economics! Today we’re joined by Masters Student Prankur Gupta to talk about behavioral dimensions of food security and his work in India on food security and policy.

20: Nudging Tax Compliance

We are joined this week by Professor Bill Schulze and Masters Student Seth Olson to discuss tax compliance. We examine how to nudge people into paying taxes with injunctive norms and cover some of Professor Schulze’s previous research on taxes.
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16: The Ethics of Nudging

Join grad students Jackie Stein and Liz Bell and Professor David Just in discussing how your environment can influence your behavior, what nudges can do for you and how much nudging is too much. 
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15: Retro Foods and Selling Nostalgia

Join grad student Jackie Stein, Professor David Just and special guest Catalina Velez as they discuss retro foods and selling consumers products based on their past experiences and feelings.
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