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Ethical Design Practice for Smartphone Financial Apps

Ethical Design Practice for Smartphone Financial Apps

Update: 2021-08-31
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Trading in stocks, funds, cryptocurrency and other financial assets has been made super easy by smartphone-based apps. A dark side to this ease of use is that many users can make trades without understanding the associated risks and can end up losing money. User interaction design of such apps plays a big part in the user experience.

Mihir Mahajan talks to Anirudh Tagat and Saksham Singh to understand these issues and how responsible design practice and a robust regulatory framework can help protect investors while not impeding the investing opportunities enabled by smartphone apps.

Anirudh Tagat is a research author at the Department of Economics, Monk Prayogshala, Mumbai.

Saksham Singh is a researcher with the Centre for Social and Behaviour Change, Ashoka University. He is also a part of India’s Behavioural Insights Unit at the NITI Aayog.

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Follow Saksham Singh on Twitter - https://twitter.com/sakshamO_o

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