Interested in learning more about behavioral economics? Members of the Center for Health Incentives & Behavioral Economics (CHIBE) leadership team share their recommendations for some of their favorite behavioral economics books for beginners.
Learn more about these books here:
- Get It Done
- How to Change
- Predictably Irrational
- EAST: Four Simple Ways to Apply Behavioral Insights
- The Voltage Effect
- Tiny Habits
- The Undoing Project
There are also a number of courses at the University of Pennsylvania that can further education, training, and career development in behavioral economics as it might apply to improving health. Learn more about courses for training in behavioral economics and health at Penn here.