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Dr. Kenneth Kriz Presents Research on Behavioral Public Finance and Economics at 2019 International Conference: Experimental Research in Public Management

The conference, hosted by the KDI School of Public Policy and Management in Seoul, Republic of Korea, featured experts on behavioral public administration, public policy, and public finance from major universities throughout the United States. Dr. Kriz’ presentation focused on four areas within public finance and public economics that have seen much behavioral research using experimental methods: public good provision (for things like defense, public safety, and other services), tax salience (people’s awareness of taxes and the impact on behavior), tax compliance, and the willingness to pay for public services. Dr. Kriz’ full presentation can be found on the Academic Papers and Presentations page.

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