Is a preoccupation with biases hindering behavioral economics?
More and more evidence is showing the benefits of mindfulness practice; however, the media portrayal of mindfulness is misleading and has me feeling conflicted.
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.
Reputational motives drive prosocial behavior. How can we harness them for good?
To what extent are we inadvertently limiting the range of problems for behavioral science’s attention?
Half of a century ago, Milgram’s experiments cast doubt on Americans’ sense of moral exceptionalism. Has anything changed the “banality of evil”?
For referees at this year’s FIFA World Cup, getting it right came at a price.