Rosemarie Fike is an Instructor of Economics at Texas Christian University and a Senior Fellow of the Fraser Institute.
Stefanie Haeffele is the Deputy Director of Academic and Student Programs and a Senior Fellow for the F. A. Hayek Program for Advanced Study in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.
Arielle John is an Associate Director of Academic and Student Programs and a Senior Fellow for the F. A. Hayek Program for Advanced Study in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, and Senior Research Fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.
Introduction by Rosemarie Fike, Stefanie Haeffele, and Arielle John
Chapter 1: Irrationality is not Unreasonable: Behavioral Economics, Rationality, and Implications for Public Policy by Mario J. Rizzo
Chapter 2: What Is a Nudge? by Jeffrey Bristol
Chapter 3: Why Nudges Should Be Local and Decentralized by Katarina Hall
Chapter 4: Incentivized Migration in Colonial Contexts: The Challenge of Asymmetric Information in Public Policy Nudges by Oliver McPherson-Smith
Chapter 5: Nudge, Nations, and Cultural Change: The Process of Identity Formation in Singapore by Erin Dunne
Chapter 6: Nudging Lobbyists to Register with Online Registration and Grace Periods by James M. Strickland
Chapter 7: Nudging Choices in Education Policy by Shannon Lee
Chapter 8: Public Policy, the Environment, and the Use of Green Nudges by Cynthia Boruchowicz
Chapter 9: The Paradoxes of the Privacy Paradox by Will Rinehart
Chapter 10: Nudging, Trust, and the “Sharing Economy” in Latin America by Luis H. Lozano-Paredes