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Professor of Geography at Aberystwyth University

Global Nudge

Nudging all Over the World – The Final Report

We have recently completed a global scoping study of the rising impacts of the behavioural sciences on public policy design and execution. This report uncovers interesting geographical patterns in the global spread and application of nudge type policies.

The full report can be downloaded here nudgedesignfinal

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