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Orjinal Araştırma Makalesi | Düzce İktisat Dergisi 2020, Cil. 1(1) 1-10

COVID-19 Salgını İle Mücadelede Davranışsal İktisadın Rolü

Veysel KARAGÖL

ss. 1 - 10   |  Makale No: dİd.2020.002

Yayın tarihi: Aralık 31, 2020  |   Okunma Sayısı: 148  |  İndirilme Sayısı: 314


Özet

COVID-19 salgını, kamu otoritelerini yeni halk sağlığı politikaları arayışlarına itmiştir. Bu uğurda izolasyon, karantina, maske-mesafe-temizlik gibi bazı uygulamalar devreye sokulmuştur. Ancak davranışsal iktisadın öngördüğü irrasyonel bireylerin bazı bilişsel yanlılıkları, onların zaman zaman bu kurallara uymamalarına neden olmaktadır. Bu çalışmanın amacı, bireylerin COVID-19 sürecindeki bilişsel yanlılıklarının ön planda olduğu halk sağlığı politikası önerileri sunmaktır. Buna yönelik olarak planlanacak etkili dürtme tasarımlarının kamu otoritelerine ve irrasyonel bireylere yardım edebileceği düşünülmektedir.

Anahtar Kelimeler: Davranışsal İktisat, Dürtme, Kamu Politikası, COVID-19


Bu makaleye nasıl atıf yapılır?

APA 6th edition
KARAGOL, V. (2020). COVID-19 Salgını İle Mücadelede Davranışsal İktisadın Rolü . Düzce İktisat Dergisi, 1(1), 1-10.

Harvard
KARAGOL, V. (2020). COVID-19 Salgını İle Mücadelede Davranışsal İktisadın Rolü . Düzce İktisat Dergisi, 1(1), pp. 1-10.

Chicago 16th edition
KARAGOL, Veysel (2020). "COVID-19 Salgını İle Mücadelede Davranışsal İktisadın Rolü ". Düzce İktisat Dergisi 1 (1):1-10.

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