Applying Behavioral Economics to Public Policy in Canada
NBER Working Paper No. 22671
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We are extremely grateful to Raj Chande (Behavioral Insights Team), Urvashi Dhawan-Biswal (Employment and Social Development Canada), Mireille Ethier (Canada Revenue Agency), Reuben Ford (Social Research and Demonstration Corporation), Elizabeth Hardy (Privy Council Office), Julian House (Treasury Board Secretariat), Kory Kroft (University of Toronto), Kathryn Mills (Canada Revenue Agency), Hasti Rahbar (Employment and Social Development Canada), Aaron Rosenberg (Canada Revenue Agency), Steven Ryan (Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab), Dilip Soman (Behavioural Economics in Action at Rotman), Will Tucker (Ideas42), Sasha Tregebov (Deloitte), and Ekaterina Tyshchenko (Deloitte) for providing helpful comments and information. Opinions expressed in this paper are by the authors only and do not necessarily represent those from any government or institutional organization, nor those of the National Bureau of Economic Research. All omissions or errors are, of course, the authors’ sole responsibility.