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Using behavioral economics for postsecondary success

Many programs that aim to help individuals in postsecondary education underperform due to the fact that humans do not behave in an expected, rational way. In this report, it’s suggested that behavioural economics can provide an insight into how people behave and make decisions and, once this is known, “behavioural bottlenecks” can be identified and effective solutions designed.


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