How appropriate is behavioural economics as a basis for making public policy? Should it be called ‘science’? What does the evidence tell us?
Published in The Guardian on 26 April 2020, this article is a thoughtful contribution to the current debate about about the extent to which some government responses, notably that of the United Kingdom, have been influenced by behavioural science/economics, and whether this has been appropriate in all the circumstances.
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