Economist, UCLA Forecast
Leila Bengali’s research lies at the intersection of behavioral economics and public finance. Within these fields, she focuses on how and why individuals use or ignore information when making decisions and on the resulting implications for policy. Leila has also worked with local governments to design and implement policy evaluations and has published in the field of labor economics.
Putting the onus on retailers, rather than shoppers, works better
A separate motivator: friends living in areas abundant in solar panels