Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein recently decided to update “Nudge.” Why now and what’s new? They explain in their preface to the “final edition.”
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How is the U.N. applying behavioral science in pursuit of the Sustainable Development Goals?
The Research Lead is a monthly digest connecting you to noteworthy academic and applied research from around the behavioral sciences. Here are our picks for June 2021.
For too long, the field has confused its limitations with powerlessness.
What is the role of scientists in a changing world—should they be impartial investigators, active advocates, something in between?
Peter Coleman illuminates how we can break the cycle of mutual contempt and why the political divides that seem so intractable do not have to be.
Summer isn’t the same without a good reading list. Here are our behavioral science picks for summer 2021.
We don’t have a great understanding of how long nudges last or how effective they are if repeated. An experimental tax-paying prompt aimed at organizations provides new insight into these questions.
Ten years on from “Thinking Fast and Slow”, Kahneman is back with a new book, “Noise”, that will again have you questioning what you thought you knew about making decisions.