Tag Archives: Cass Sunstein

This nudging stuff is nothing new. The Guardian comment pages, 5 August 2008, updated 12 August 2011

This nudging stuff is nothing new – and it’s all a bit shaky The Guardian, Comment pages, 5 August 2008. Just like the wicked, there is going to be no rest for Conservative MPs this summer. Courtesy of David Cameron, … Continue reading

The real paradox of choice. The Financial Times, October 15 2005

Seven years ago, a skinny American political theorist called Barry Schwartz strolled into The Gap in search of a new pair of jeans. It took more time than he had bargained for. Schwartz had committed the cardinal error of entering … Continue reading