Nudge: Improving Decisions about Health, Wealth and Happiness

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Yale University Press, Jun 1, 2008 - Psychology - 532 pages
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Thaler and Sunstein offer a groundbreaking discussion of how to apply the science of choice to nudge people toward decisions that can improve their lives without restricting their freedom of choice.

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Enjoyable read and well researched with rich anecdotes. - Goodreads
found it difficult to read. - Goodreads
Fascinating insights into human thought and behaviour! - Goodreads
I found myself frustrated by the circuitous writing. - Goodreads
Nicely researched book on decision architecture. - Goodreads
Lots of great tips and examples. - Goodreads

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This book took me 5 years to read! Yes, five years! When I was working a mad full time job and there was no one in the house to receive deliveries during the week, it always befell me to go the Post ... Read full review

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User Review  - Joseph Stieb - Goodreads

Nudge makes a convincing case for libertarian paternalism in this mostly interesting book. Libertarian paternalism is the idea that insights in choice architecture and cognitive psychology can help ... Read full review

About the author (2008)

Thaler is the Henrietta Louis Johnson Professor of Economics at the Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University.

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