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Aliende, I., & Escot, L. (2022). ¿Por qué los responsables políticos y los científicos sociales deberían adoptar la economía del comportamiento? Un Análisis del periodo 2000-2020. Revista Finanzas Y Política Económica, 14(2). Recuperado a partir de https://revfinypolecon.ucatolica.edu.co/article/view/4002
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Este artículo presenta tres análisis sobre la relevancia de la Economía del Comportamiento (Behavioral Economics BE ). En primer lugar, para evaluar su relevancia académica, analizamos el impacto de las contribuciones del BE en algunas de las principales bases de datos científicas. Segundo, para reconocer el nivel de implementación, analizamos los informes publicados por organizaciones internacionales y las llamadas Behavioral Insight Units (unidades Nudge). Y en tercer lugar, para validar la BE como un enfoque distintivo, comparamos ocho artículos científicos reconocidos. Como conclusión, aunque hay una notable consolidación de la BE como disciplina académica, el alcance aplicado de la BE es todavía limitado, ya que sólo siete países muestran su implementación integral.

 

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