Behavioral Applied Ethics
The Behavioral Applied Ethics series proposes to combine the methodological and theoretical contributions of the behavioral sciences, broadly conceived, and applied ethics to understand and improve the decision-making processes and behaviors of individuals. By tackling contemporary challenges and ethical dilemmas involving both individuals and society, such as public health, climate change and happiness, the series aims to foster innovative research that can contribute to and inform public policy.

This series is published in partnership with The ETHICS Research Center of Lille (Ethics on Experiments, Transhumanism, Human Interactions, Care & Society),https://lillethics.com/.




Editor(s): Malik Bozzo-Rey
Advisory Board: Alberto Alemanno (HEC Paris), Sarah Conly (University of Bowdoin, emerita), Stephen Engelmann (University of Illinois Chicago), Nir Eyal (independent researcher), Joseph Heath (University of Toronto), Klemens Kappel (University of Copenhagen), Jung Pravesh (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay), Shaul Shalvi (University of Amsterdam), Anne-Lise Sibony (Catholic University of Louvain), Guillaume Tusseau (Sciences Po Paris), Dan Weijers (University of Waikato)
Staff editorial contact: Jana Hodges-Kluck (jhodges-kluck@rowman.com)