We can use a zoo that includes black swans, gray rhinos, elephants, and camels to describe financial events and human behavior.
Occupying billions of hours and dollars, tax preparation in the United States could be much simpler if we just copied Estonia.
As a national leader in building roundabouts, Carmel, Indiana is increasing road safety and diminishing pollution.
By looking at the impact of the Affordable Care Act’s calorie label mandate, we can guess how much Google’s emission facts will influence us.
The best designed railway stations and airports have behavioral nudges that travelers don’t even know they are following.
Looking at delayed gratification through Walter Mischel’s marshmallow test and other studies, researchers can better grasp who will save for retirement.
Expensive for employers and society, smoking is a habit that requires cleverly designed commitment devices for successfully getting people to quit.