Behavioural Public Policy, edited by Adam Oliver, launched today
How can individuals best be encouraged to take more responsibility for their well-being and their environment or to behave more ethically in their business transactions?
Behavioural Public Policy, a new book with contributions from economists, psychologists and philosophers, and edited by LSE Health's Adam Oliver, argue the case that behavioural economic findings can be used to help inform the design of wide ranging policy initiatives.
Described by George A. Akerlof as an "exciting new book", Behavioural Public Policy was published by Cambridge University Press today.
Update: If ordered through the CUP website, a 20% discount is available until the end of December when you use the discount code, ‘Oliver2013’ .