Authors: Richard H. Thaler,Cass R. Sunstein
From what to eat to how to spend our money, almost every situation in life requires making a choice. In Nudge, the authors use years of research into human behavior to illustrate how these choices are made and how they can be improved. Their findings will change the way you make decisions whether it is for yourself or the entire society.
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