Tag: Bias

Innovation and ‘Nudge’ Economics – New Policy Frontiers

Nudge Behavioural economics integrate psychology and sociology into economics. It is based on empirical research rather than casual observation about human behaviour. People frequently make poor decisions in situations that involve: complicated calculations risk and uncertainty tradeoffs between present and

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Nudge

Thaler, Richard H. and Cass R Sunstein (2009) Nudge: Improving decisions about health, wealth, and happiness. Penguin Books, 320 p. Choice Architect: Has the responsibility for organizing the context in which people make decisions. There is no neutral design Libertarian

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Wrong

Freedman, David H. (2010). Wrong: Why experts keep failing us – and how to know when not to trust them. Little, Brown and Company, New York, 295p. Traps Bias and Corruption Irrational Thinking Pandering to the audience Ineptitude Lack of

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Actionable feedback: Unlocking the power of learning and performance improvement

CANNON, Mark D. & WITHERSPOON, Robert, «Actionable feedback : Unlocking the power of learning and performance improvement», Academy of Management Executive, 2005, vol.19, no 2, p. 120-134. Critical Feedback Not only is it unsavory to give, but its delivery frequently

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