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Behavioural Public Policy

2017 - 2019

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Volume 3, issue 01, 2019

Growing outrage pp. 1-16 Downloads
Cass R. Sunstein
Adapting neuroeconomics for environmental and energy policy pp. 17-36 Downloads
Nik Sawe
How public health policy can be informed by neuroscience pp. 37-46 Downloads
Andrew B. Wolf and Gidon Felsen
Promoting adolescent health: insights from developmental and communication neuroscience pp. 47-71 Downloads
Rui Pei, Elissa C. Kranzler, Ahna Ballonoff Suleiman and Emily B. Falk
Responses to losses in high-deductible health insurance: persistence, emotions, and rationality pp. 72-86 Downloads
Mark V. Pauly and Howard Kunreuther
The automatic nature of motivated belief updating pp. 87-103 Downloads
Andreas Kappes and Tali Sharot
Behavior in reverse: reasons for return migration pp. 104-126 Downloads
Oded Stark
Nudging folks towards stronger password choices: providing certainty is the key – CORRIGENDUM pp. 127-127 Downloads
Karen Renaud and Verena Zimmermann

Volume 2, issue 02, 2018

Editorial Introduction pp. 143-143 Downloads
George Akerlof, Adam Oliver and Cass Sunstein
Behavioural science and policy: where are we now and where are we going? pp. 144-167 Downloads
Michael Sanders, Veerle Snijders and Michael Hallsworth
Behavioural public policies and charitable giving pp. 168-173 Downloads
Luc Bovens
Three challenges for behavioural science and policy: the empirical, the normative and the political pp. 174-182 Downloads
Robert Lepenies, Kathryn Mackay and Muireann Quigley
Behavioural Insights Team: ethical, professional and historical considerations pp. 183-189 Downloads
Liam Delaney
What are we forgetting? pp. 190-197 Downloads
Pelle Guldborg Hansen
Nudging transparent behavioural science and policy pp. 198-206 Downloads
Olivia M. Maynard and Marcus R. Munafò
The future of behavioral insights: on the importance of socially situated nudges pp. 207-217 Downloads
Sander van der Linden
Putting the public back in behavioral public policy pp. 218-226 Downloads
Patricia de Jonge, Marcel Zeelenberg and Peeter W.J. Verlegh
Complexity as an opportunity and challenge for behavioural public policy pp. 227-234 Downloads
Nathalie Spencer
Public and private sector nudgers can learn from each other pp. 235-245 Downloads
Leigh Caldwell
Policy-making under uncertainty pp. 246-251 Downloads
Rory Sutherland
The challenge of making nudging attractive to politicians pp. 252-255 Downloads
Gus O'Donnell
eMBeDding for impact and scale in developing contexts pp. 256-262 Downloads
Varun Gauri
Response to responses pp. 263-269 Downloads
Michael Sanders, Veerle Snijders and Michael Hallsworth

Volume 2, issue 01, 2018

Combining behavioral economics and field experiments to reimagine early childhood education pp. 1-21 Downloads
John List, Anya Samek and Dana L. Suskind
The case for laboratory experiments in behavioural public policy pp. 22-40 Downloads
Pete Lunn and Áine Ní Choisdealbha
Unhealthy consumerism: The challenge of trading off price and quality in health care pp. 41-55 Downloads
Kate Barasz and Peter A. Ubel
Enrolee outcomes after health insurance plan terminations: a diagnosis of default effects pp. 56-77 Downloads
Anna D. Sinaiko and Richard Zeckhauser
Attention manipulation and information overload pp. 78-106 Downloads
Petra Persson
Rethinking nudge: not one but three concepts pp. 107-124 Downloads
Philippe Mongin and Mikaël Cozic
Balancing small against large burdens pp. 125-142 Downloads
Alex Voorhoeve

Volume 1, issue 02, 2017

When to consider boosting: some rules for policy-makers pp. 143-161 Downloads
Ralph Hertwig
Educating good decisions pp. 162-176 Downloads
Ellen Peters
Policy solutions to conflicts of interest: the value of professional norms pp. 177-189 Downloads
Sunita Sah
Behavioural economics, consumer behaviour and consumer policy: state of the art pp. 190-206 Downloads
Lucia A. Reisch and Min Zhao
Paternalism, coercion and the unimportance of (some) liberties pp. 207-218 Downloads
Sarah Conly
Behavioral considerations for effective time-varying electricity prices pp. 219-251 Downloads
Ian Schneider and Cass R. Sunstein
Behavioural public policy: the constitutional approach pp. 252-265 Downloads
Shaun P. Hargreaves Heap

Volume 1, issue 01, 2017

Editorial pp. 1-3 Downloads
George Akerlof, Adam Oliver and Cass Sunstein
Nudges that fail pp. 4-25 Downloads
Cass R. Sunstein
Putting nudges in perspective pp. 26-53 Downloads
George Loewenstein and Nick Chater
Motivated numeracy and enlightened self-government pp. 54-86 Downloads
Dan M. Kahan, Ellen Peters, Erica Cantrell Dawson and Paul Slovic
How psychological bias shapes accounting and financial regulation pp. 87-105 Downloads
David Hirshleifer and Siew Hong Teoh
Choice, freedom, and well-being: considerations for public policy pp. 106-121 Downloads
Barry Schwartz and Nathan N. Cheek
Weighing private preferences in public sector safety decisions: some reflections on the practical application of the willingness-to-pay approach pp. 122-142 Downloads
Jones-Lee, Michael and Terje Aven
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