Nudge, Embarrassment, and Restriction — Replies to Voigt, Tieffenbach, and Saghai

Int J Health Policy Manag 2015; 4: 53-54. doi: 10.15171/ijhpm.2015.01

2 Pages Posted: 7 Jan 2015

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Nir Eyal

Harvard University - Harvard Medical School

Date Written: January 6, 2015

Abstract

It is a privilege that some of the most promising contributors to public health ethics took the time to think and comment on my op-ed. Kristin Voigt’s, Emma Tieffenbach’s, and Yashar Saghai’s ingenious comments have taught me a lot about nudging, embarrassment, and restriction. Let me address their main points one by one.

Keywords: Nudge; Choice; Embarrassment; Restriction

Suggested Citation

Eyal, Nir, Nudge, Embarrassment, and Restriction — Replies to Voigt, Tieffenbach, and Saghai (January 6, 2015). Int J Health Policy Manag 2015; 4: 53-54. doi: 10.15171/ijhpm.2015.01. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2545837

Nir Eyal (Contact Author)

Harvard University - Harvard Medical School ( email )

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United States

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