Matt Darling is a vice president at the nonprofit behavioral design lab ideas42 and a teaching fellow in economic design at Harvard University. He specializes in applying behavioral science to health care, financial services and government programs to enhance their social impact.

Darling has worked previously as a consultant at Kohlberg and Associates and as a research assistant at the Stanford Neuroeconomics Lab. He holds a master's degree in economics from Tufts University and graduated from Hampshire College with a concentration in economics and cognitive science.

March 7, 2018

What the Poor Don’t Need: Financial Literacy Training

One state's plan to require people kicked off Medicaid to take a course on personal finance addresses a problem that doesn't exist.