When safety measures lead to riskier behavior by more people

Behavioral economists explain how widespread use of face masks, hand sanitizer and other preventive measures could counterintuitively encourage riskier behaviors around coronavirus.

Konrad Grabiszewski, Associate Professor of Economics, Prince Mohammad Bin Salman College (MBSC) of Business & Entrepreneurship
March 11, 2020 | conversation

~6 mins

Tags: safety risk risk-taking coronavirus behavioral-economics behavioral-science trade-offs covid-19 sars-cov-2

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