More and more evidence is showing the benefits of mindfulness practice; however, the media portrayal of mindfulness is misleading and has me feeling conflicted.
Regulators are realizing the need to act as a type of “behavioral economics police” to protect consumers from a deluge of sludge.
Ten years after “nudge”, we’ll bring you three weeks of articles exploring the intersection of behavioral science and public policy, with one eye toward where we’ve been and the other toward where we’re going.
To what extent are we inadvertently limiting the range of problems for behavioral science’s attention?
The marketing world demonstrates how a failure to replicate opens new windows into human behavior.
As we enter the second post-Nudge decade, policymakers should consider and evaluate how their nudges are being interpreted to ensure they have the intended effects.