100 Nudge Case Studies and Research Papers

A Database of 100 Nudge Case Studies and Research Papers⚡ IB Economics syllabus (first assessment 2022): Microeconomics (Behavioural economics in action - HL only) Here's a head-up to all new students (exams in 2022): the link at the top will take you to 100 cases from real-life about how nudges can be applied to change [...]

By |2020-11-01T21:12:18+00:00November 1st, 2020|General|Comments Off on 100 Nudge Case Studies and Research Papers

Public transport made free in Luxembourg

CNN: Luxembourg makes all public transport free Article published: March 2, 2020 IB Economics syllabus: Microeconomics (positive externality of consumption, government intervention) This article talks about public transport becoming completely free in all of Luxembourg. This is because the richest country of the EU can afford to absorb the costs of public transport as they believe that [...]

By |2020-03-05T13:00:59+00:00March 5th, 2020|Micro|Comments Off on Public transport made free in Luxembourg

Coronavirus and the hockey stick shortage

CBS Sports: How the coronavirus is creating an NHL stick shortage Article published: Feb 11, 2020 IB Economics syllabus: Microeconomics (demand and supply, market equilibrium, shortage) This is an interesting article about how the infamous coronavirus can lead to a lack of supply of hockey sticks in North America. Interestingly, as most of the hockey sticks are [...]

By |2020-02-12T22:44:52+00:00February 12th, 2020|Micro|Comments Off on Coronavirus and the hockey stick shortage

Committee on Climate Change: meat and dairy consumption must be cut by a fifth

BBC: Cut meat and dairy intake 'by a fifth', report urges Article published: Jan 23, 2020 IB Economics syllabus: Microeconomics (market failure: threats to sustainability) According to the latest report by the Committee on Climate Change of the UK, "people should cut the amount of beef, lamb and dairy produce they eat by a fifth to combat climate [...]

By |2020-02-08T23:03:28+00:00February 8th, 2020|Micro|Comments Off on Committee on Climate Change: meat and dairy consumption must be cut by a fifth

When “going green” kills – the hidden costs of denuclearizing Germany

Wired: Germany Rejected Nuclear Power—and Deadly Emissions Spiked Article published: Jan 23, 2020 IB Economics syllabus: Microeconomics, (market failure, negative externalities of production, sustainability) The social costs of "going green": it was believed that shutting down nuclear power plants in Germany is a step forward to sustainability. However, a recent study shows that this has led [...]

By |2020-02-06T15:34:42+00:00February 3rd, 2020|Micro|Comments Off on When “going green” kills – the hidden costs of denuclearizing Germany
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