Investing in Peace
Helping voters learn by trading in the stock market can shift their perspective and politics.
When a pool of likely voters in Israel were nudged to trade in either Israeli or Palestinian stocks prior to the 2015 election, an interesting thing happened.
Newly awakened to the broader economic costs of conflict to society, Associate Professor Saumitra Jha found they quickly shifted their political support to candidates who favored peace talks.
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Pulling Back From Polarization: The Missing Middle
Stanford GSB faculty and alumni discuss ways citizens, leaders, and organizations can begin to bridge the political gap. (Part 2)
Pulling Back From Polarization
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