Financial stability can be hard to find in today’s economy. Things are changing quickly, but solid financial literacy will help you manage your money through all the seasons of life. Smart money management requires knowledge, skills and practice. We can help!
Dr. Crystal Hall joined the Evans School faculty in 2008. She teaches courses on psychology for policy analysis, decision theory and quantitative analysis. Dr. Hall is currently working with the Social and Behavioral Sciences Team at the White House, leading behavioral scientists and innovators from across the country to assist federal agencies in the implementation of their policies and programs. She holds a Ph.D. and MA in Psychology from Princeton University.
Dr. Hall’s research has included topics such as evaluating assumptions about behavior in poverty; how low income people view tax refunds and the Earned Income Tax Credit; and saving and spending decisions under poverty. Her works seeks to use psychological insights to improve the design and execution of public policy.
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Your Money, Your Goals
Behavioral Mapping Through Real-World Examples
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