Speaking of Nudges

There’s been quite a bit of interest in how people make choices in the academic literature (eg. Nudge, The Other Invisible Hand), and in policy circles in other countries (eg. UK, US). But to date I haven’t seen much of either in Australia. So it’s good to discover that Per Capita running an event on ‘choice architecture’ in Sydney on 13 May. Details here.

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One Response to Speaking of Nudges

  1. ChrisPer says:

    Sounds interesting and I would like to read more about this ‘choice architecture’.

    Off topic, you might like to look at the paper ‘Green Jobs Myths’ at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1358423

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