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Part 3: The Amorality of Drunk Driving

Over the past week I have blogged about the amorality of drunk driving and critiqued some of the policies attempting to curb drunk driving. Drawing from behavioral economics research and the comments I received,…

Behavioral Economics & Psychology   /   AUGUST 17 2012

Part 2: The Amorality of Drunk Driving

I want to share with you what appears to me like one of the most ill-advised anti-Drunk Driving campaigns ever created. Ironically, I was walking across the Duke quad on my way to the…

Behavioral Economics & Psychology   /   AUGUST 13 2012

Just Pay a Fine and Move Along: The Amorality of Drunk Driving

Recently, the “choose-your-ride” car (pictured here) has been roaming around downtown Durham and Duke University. The car seeks to reduce drunk driving by posing a choice between a $20 taxi or $1,000 fine. At…

Behavioral Economics & Psychology   /   AUGUST 8 2012