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What behavioural economics tells us about Nigeria’s elusive change

For centuries, classical economists have explained human behaviour in rationalist terms. Humans are described as “homo economicus” – economic man – who make rational decisions that maximise their utility. Under this assumption, policymakers would design policies that increase the general welfare. But if this is true, why do policymakers in Nigeria, and those whose decisions…

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