Can behavioural Economics influence rates of Savings in Developing Countries

One and a half billion people in the world live in conditions of extreme poverty, surviving on less than $1.25 a day (United Nations, 2010). Explanations as to why these people remain trapped in poverty range from the authoritarian, which contend that the poor are psychologically and attitudinally inferior to other members of society and … Continue reading Can behavioural Economics influence rates of Savings in Developing Countries