Jason is an Assistant Professor in the Economics Department at Baylor University.
He is also affiliated with the:
- Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute (VTCRI)
- Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship & Free Enterprise
Jason specializes in behavioral, experimental, and micro-health economics.
He explores the behavioral and the neural underpinnings behind economic decision-making. His research illustrates the impact of health on economic decisions as well as the importance of economic decisions for health.
Rules for behavioral science:
I had published a correspondence published in Nature on rules that policy makers should consider when utilizing the tools of economic science to back up policy initiatives. Such rules are particularly important today in light of the recent (Sept 2015) Executive Order -- "Using Behavioral Science Insights to Better Serve the American People" passed by the Obama Administration.
For my Correspondence: Nature October 2015
For the Executive Order: See text here.
Jason A. Aimone