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Plenary: Financial Decision Making

Opening and Plenaries

Carole Comerton-Forde also presented

Facilitator: Nina Terrey

Speakers: 
Anuj K. Shah

Anuj K. Shah

Anuj K. Shah studies the psychology that arises from facing resource scarcity. In one line of work, he studies how being short on money and time affects decision-making. In another line of work, he studies how behavioural science can help shape interventions to reduce crime and violence.

He is also a member of the Scientific Advisory Board at ideas42, a social science research and d evelopment laboratory which uses scientific insights to design innovative policies and products. Shah earned his Ph.D. in psychology from Princeton University.

Michael J. Hiscox

Michael J. Hiscox

Michael J. Hiscox is the Clarence Dillon Professor of International Affairs in the Department of Government, Harvard University. At Harvard he is the Founding Director of the Sustainability, Transparency, Accountability Research (STAR) Lab and a faculty member of the Behavioral Insights Group at Harvard’s Center for Public Leadership. He is also a faculty associate at the Institute for Quantitative Social Science, the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, and the Harvard University Center for the Environment.

Mo Khalil

Mo Khalil

Mohamed Khalil (Mo) is General Manager of the Digital Guidance team. The Guidance Team is responsible for developing capabilities, tools and experiences that excel in securing and enhancing our customers’ financial wellbeing. The team includes Behavioural Economics, Digital Financial Wellbeing and Social Impact experts.

Mo has two decades of experience in digital strategy and innovation at startups (Moven, Bundle), financial service institutions (Citigroup, TD Ameritrade, and Merrill Lynch) and management consultancies (Novantas and First Manhattan Consulting group).