And frankly, after reading the book I am a bit disappointed.
Some attempts at philosophical argument for why governments should be allowed to "nudge" people to better choices, but not done to any depth or rigour.
I would recommend this book for anyone interested in business/management: it is very insightful and relatively easy to read.
Some interesting stories, some not so much. I had hoped it would be more interesting but it's an academic read rather than a pleasure read. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Holly
I recommend this book to anyone interested in understanding how people make decisions. Easy read and great information.Published 2 months ago by Bill Heffernan
A must read for anyone interested in moving past partisan bickering to find actual solutions that improve our quality of life without restricting personal freedoms.Published 2 months ago by M.Elizabeth Conner
I think everybody somehow are choice architects so it should be read by all.
I marked 4 only for 2 reasons : the same ideas have been repeated many times and some of the... Read more
Soft paternalism with a dash of libertarianism. It was a great read, especially for those who may at a later date want to write policy.Published 2 months ago by todd