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.
Not bad but there are better options like Switch, To Sell is Human, and Influence. Those books cover a lot of the same topics and are more interesting and applicable.Published 2 days ago by DB
Very interesting and helpful the first part. I could not appreciate not undestand completely the second part because it refers expressly to an American reality.Published 7 days ago by Ciuzza
We all need to start thinking about some of the concepts in this book and consider choice architecture. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Rossleighbrisbane
This book has many relevant ideas and gets you thinking about how nudges influence your own life. And it is helpful in thinking about nudges you might set up in your work or daily... Read morePublished 1 month ago by KLBinCT
Too wordy and diffuse to hold my interest throughout- could have boiled down to about 5 pages with each of the main concepts outlined and referenced. Read morePublished 2 months ago by shepard hurwitz