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Reminders, promises and three other “most important” nudges
It’s about six years since the bestselling book Nudge was published and changed the way many people think about decision making.
Now co-author of that influential book Cass Sunstein, of Harvard Law School, has published a short, seven page essay – including a list of what he says are the ten most important “nudges”.
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What the Greek crash teaches us about wellbeing (and why we can be wary of investment risk)
In the boom years of 2000 to 2007, Greece had average growth rates of more than 4% a year.
And yet the rise in the average level of wellbeing of people living there was nowhere near as large. The economy boomed but the wellbeing of the people didn’t.
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“Must reads”: What the eZonomics community is reading in 2014
At the start of summer, we published a list if ING economists’ “must reads” for 2014.
Now, it’s the turn of the eZonomics community to share the books they recommend. The email and Twitter contributions came from Turkey, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom, and range from time-tested titles through to…
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