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Matt Darling

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Matt Darling is a vice president at the nonprofit behavioral design lab ideas42. He specializes in applying behavioral science to problems related to the labor market and workforce development, improving the efficacy of government and private-sector programs.

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.

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