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MIT 14.13 Psychology and Economics, Spring 2020
Instructor: Prof. Frank Schilbach
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Prof. Schilbach explains what social preferences are and how they are measured. The class discusses if people are genuinely nice to each other if social preferences are malleable, and if policies can change pro-sociality.
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