Explained by behavioral economics, a new technological default changed our tipping behavior in restaurants and taxi cabs.
More than the list we could take to the mall, we are influenced by the shopping nudges that stores use to boost our buying.
By increasing cigarette taxes, states provided an example that extends beyond smoking of how a higher cost leads to healthier habits.
If we really want to diminish our carbon footprint, we need to focus on behavior that is somewhat different from what we usually do.
Coronavirus economics can describe our response to the pandemic with the same six ideas that compose a basic economics course.
A year ago at the Academy Awards, Frances McDormand gave the movie studios a nudge when she referred to the inclusion rider.
Whether it’s plastic straw use, energy conservation, or flu vaccinations, governments use nudges to influence our decisions.