Government: When push comes to nudge: How a choice offered can affect what we choose.
Co-authored by Petrie-Flom Academic Fellow Alumna Michelle N. Meyer:
News came last month that the Obama administration, following the lead of British Prime Minister David Cameron and his government's so-called Nudge Unit, is recruiting behavioral scientists to help shape regulatory policy. Nudges are ways of offering choices that make people more likely to choose a particular option but preserve their ability to make a different choice. [...]health care reform judicial opinions public health