First issue of Behavioural Public Policy now available online!

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We are excited to announce that the first issue of Behavioural Public Policy has now published on Cambridge Core. We invite you to read the entire issue with free access and to explore the accompanying commentaries and responses here on the BPP Blog.

Editorial

GEORGE AKERLOF, ADAM OLIVER, CASS SUNSTEIN

Nudges that fail

CASS R. SUNSTEIN

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Failing better

Erik Angner

Putting nudges in perspective

GEORGE LOEWENSTEIN, NICK CHATER

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Much Ado About Nudging

Motivated numeracy and enlightened self-government

DAN M. KAHAN, ELLEN PETERS, ERICA CANTRELL DAWSON, PAUL SLOVIC

BPP Blog response

New Research Confirms Ancient Talmudic Writings

Howard Levine

Save the Baby in the Bath Water!

Elke U. Weber

How psychological bias shapes accounting and financial regulation

DAVID HIRSHLEIFER, SIEW HONG TEOH

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What’s so Bad about Bad Rules?

Marlys Lipe

Time to move beyond ‘good rules for bad people’

Martin Lodge

Choice, freedom, and well-being: considerations for public policy

BARRY SCHWARTZ, NATHAN N. CHEEK

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Five Questions on Choice, Freedom, and Well-Being

Simona Botti

Choice and Public Policy

Julian Le Grand

Weighing private preferences in public sector safety decisions: some reflections on the practical application of the willingness-to-pay approach

MICHAEL JONES-LEE, TERJE AVEN

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Is There a Role for Stated Preference Values of Statistical Life

W. Kip Viscusi

A Preference for Safety

Jonathan Wolff