Cass Sunstein

  • The Ethics of Nudging (Abstract)

    This essay defends the following propositions. (1) It is pointless to object to choice architecture or nudging as such. Choice architecture cannot be avoided. Nature itself nudges; so does the weather; so do spontaneous orders and invisible hands. The private sector inevitably nudges, as does the government. It is reasonable to object to particular nudges, but not to nudging in general.

    Cass Sunstein/ Verfassungsblog- 22 Leser -
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