Nudging people to make good choices can backfire

Choice architects like to prod us to save for retirement and eat healthier

Nudge

NUDGE BACKLASH  Nudging people to make good choices, about their retirement plans, charitable giving or even preventive health care, does not always go as planned.

David Curtis

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