People Power and Behavioral Economics is the Future

BUCF member Tim Lees drew my attention to a Ted Talk by David Cameron arguing, “where governments themselves have less power (and less money), people empowered by technology have more. Tapping into new ideas on behavioral economics, Cameron explores how these trends could be turned into smarter policy.”

Enjoy, as we both certainly did!

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