This council will explore how the concepts of Behavioural Sciences can help to create the necessary environment that will maximize the Fourth Industrial Revolution’s benefits to society and minimize the associated risks.
Vanessa Candeias, Head of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, email@example.com
Gemma Corrigan, Practice Lead, Economic Growth and Social Inclusion Initiative, Global Leadership Fellow, Gemma.Corrigan@weforum.org
Robert J. Shiller, Professor of Economics at Yale University, explores the need for taxation of robots.
Could behavioural sciences help to reduce unemployment, or inflation, or even prevent another financial crisis?