Editor’s note: The undercover economist Tim Harford selects his favourite behavioural economics books. This is a very useful resource.
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Editor’s note: Thank you to Phil Wilcox for sharing this fascinating article on why nudges designed to change behaviour can go wrong and deliver unintended results. There are great insights here that will help inform how you can engage colleagues around learning (with or without nudges).
Editor’s note: nudging and behavioural economics or heuristics? Great piece on the potential shortcomings of the work championed by Daniel Kahneman.
Editor’s note: Behavioural economist Keith Chen looks at how the language we speak impacts our behaviour. His work looks at the relationship between how we talk about the future and how we save (money) for the future. According to Chen’s work, it has a big impact.