Richard Thaler corrects the record on organ donation, reveals why he wished the original subtitle included the phrase “choice architecture,” his thoughts on replication in behavioral economics, and what advice he’d give organizations looking to apply behavioral science.
Does the rise in “work from anywhere” mean more “workcations”? Is it a lost opportunity for social mobility? We speak with a leading researcher about how work from anywhere is impacting people in places like the U.S. versus India, and why he’s bullish on a work-from-anywhere future for everyone.
Samuel Salzer and Aline Holzwarth speak to Emily Oster about her new book, The Family Firm, which provides data-driven advice for parenting children during their elementary school years.