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How far to nudge? : assessing behavioural public policy

Author: Peter John
Publisher: Cheltenham, UK Edward Elgar Publishing Northampton, MA, USA [2018]
Series: New horizons in public policy
Edition/Format:   eBook : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Behavioural public policies, or nudges, have become increasingly popular in recent years, with governments keen to use light-touch interventions to improve the success of their public policies. In this unique book, Peter John explores nudges, their successes and limitations, and sets out a bold manifesto for the future of behavioural public policy. This book traces the beginnings of nudge in behavioural economics  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Peter John
ISBN: 9781786430564 1786430568 9781786430540 1786430541
OCLC Number: 1040062672
Description: xi, 173 Seiten.
Contents: Contents 1. Introduction 2. Behavioural Public Problems 3. The Behavioural Revolution in the Social Sciences 4. Nudge: All Tools are Informational Now 5. Translating Nudge into Practice: Routes to Innovation 6. Is Nudge All It's Cracked Up to Be? Limitations and Criticisms 7. The Ethics of Nudge 8. Nudge Plus and How To Get There 9. Assessing Behavioural Public Policy References Index
Series Title: New horizons in public policy
Responsibility: Peter John (Department of Political Economy, Kings College London, UK).

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Behavioural public policies, or nudges, have become increasingly popular in recent years, with governments keen to use light-touch interventions to improve the success of their public policies.  Read more...

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