Center for Advanced Hindsight Startup Lab

Dan Ariely's behavioral economics startup lab at Duke University

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The Startup Lab is an academic incubator, part of Dan Ariely’s Center for Advanced Hindsight, a behavioral economics research center at Duke University.

The Startup Lab supports health and finance startups in leveraging behavioral economics through the application of existing findings from the field as well as original research. 

The academic incubator aims to expose startups to behavioral economics, support the integration of insights from social science, and facilitate collaborative projects with CAH lab members to answer startup-specific research questions.

We are now accepting applications to our 3rd cohort (starting October 2017). Apply for our 9-month program via http://bit.ly/2stnLX3 (deadline is June 30th). 

Center for Advanced Hindsight Startup Lab

Center for Advanced Hindsight Startup Lab

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