Now we have a better sense not only of how poorly the neoclassical economic view of human nature characterizes most humans, but also of how poorly behaved the people are who act according to this caricature.
Experts often refer to three aims for a modern healthcare system – to offer access, quality, and cost: a possibly unachievable set of goals. If you were to prioritize any one of these items, what would it be? How much of this decision do you think would be rooted in moral values?
In Scientocracy, I blog about how behavioral science can inform some of our trickiest policy dilemmas. Where I muse about what the world would look like if evidence guided our political decision making.