Applying behavioral economics to the study of regulation could help improve attitudes among business owners.
Scholars explain the benefits of setting “green” products as consumers’ default option.
Scholar argues that rulemakers can “nudge” gamblers toward more rational behavior at casinos.
A proposal would let employers use financial incentives to get health data from employees’ spouses.
Popularizer of nudges offers a short introduction to their use by government.
New research paper examines the challenges and opportunities of a behavioral approach to regulation.