In this talk, we are fortunate to hear Cristina present for the first time newly found evidence their center collected from nine countries (Italy, Spain, Germany, England, China, S. Korea, Mexico, Colombia, US) around the world on behaviors during COVID-19.
Cristina Bicchieri is the S. J. P. Harvie Chair of Social Thought and Comparative Ethics, and Professor of Philosophy and Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania. She is the director of the Master of Behavioral and Decision Sciences, the Philosophy, Politics and Economics Program, the Behavioral Ethics Lab, and the Center for Social Norms and Behavioral Dynamics. She has published more than 100 articles and several books, among which are The Grammar of Society: the Nature and Dynamics of Social Norms, Cambridge University Press, 2006 and Norms in the Wild: How to Diagnose, Measure and Change Social Norms, Oxford University Press 2016. She works on social norms measurement and behavioral/field experiments on norm change, cooperation and fairness on social networks. Her most recent work looks at the role of trendsetters in social change, and how network structures facilitate or impair behavioral changes.
Host: Alki Iliopoulou, Director, Harvard Decision Science Lab
Harvard Kennedy School Alumni Association, NE
Harvard Club of Merrimack Valley