Nudge: A Summary

Nudge-coverNudge by Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein is well-known to the legal academy and, no doubt, to most everyone interested in behavioral economics and its influence on public policy. But if, perchance, you have not yet read it, or perhaps because of the planning fallacy the book is still in the queue on your bookshelf, then this well-written summary by the folks at EthicalSystems.Org may be of interest. It concisely summarizes the main themes of the book, chapter by chapter. Of course, it is no substitute for the book itself. But if you want (sorry, couldn’t help myself) a “nudge” to get to it, then this summary should be useful.

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