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What politicians need to know about social public information pt1: Breaking the monopoly

Tweet A few summers ago, David Cameron allegedly sent Tory MPs on holiday with a copy of Thaler & Sunstein’s behavioural economics bestseller Nudge – a standard-bearer for a wider canon of literature all about how small tweaks in the … Continue reading

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