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Nudge Theory and the Nanny State

British Government public research seminar

Date: Wednesday 6 February 2013 
Time: 6.00-7.30pm
Venue: GWR, 5th Floor, Old Building
Speaker:  Professor Julian Le Grand 

British Government @ LSE Research Seminars is an on-going series of events which promote the cutting-edge work of the LSE's own academics. LSE academics will present their own research to highlight influential work being produced in the area of British Government and public policy within this institution. 

Professor Julian Le Grand is Richard Titmuss Professor of Social Policy at LSE.

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