Tuesday, October 25, 2011

RWJ seeks ideas in behavioral economics

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation seeks innovative ideas that apply the principles and theories of behavioral economics to perplexing health problems. They are particularly interested in supporting either experiments or secondary data analyses to test innovative solutions to the challenges of obesity and consumer engagement.  Check out the details here.  The deadline for the first stage of proposals, a 1500-character brief proposal that describes your idea, is due on November 2.

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