Angela Dills is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Providence College. Her areas of research include the economics of education and the economics of crime.

According to Prof. Angela Dills, incentives are important and help economists predict individual behavior. Recognizing that incentives matter is fairly straightforward. What’s difficult is determining all the different ways a policy might affect people’s incentives and change people’s behavior. A good economist looks not only at the obvious incentives created by a particular policy, but also looks for the less obvious incentives and effects.

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