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This piece highlights some insights from behavioural economics that can contribute to a successful process of international pandemic lawmaking. Understanding behavioural dynamics may be crucial in determining the substantive content of a cooperative pandemic regime. While building on related frameworks of analysis from the field of behavioral economics, as applied to international law (including nudge theory), the focus on this piece is on the process and design of pandemic international law-making.

An adapted version of this piece has been published on the Bill of Health blog and Verfassungsblog.

Authors: Anne van Aaken and Tomer Broude
Roundtable: Health
Year: 2022