Minds, Motives, and Mandates: The Behavioral Blueprint of Public Policy
"Ever found yourself reaching for that apple instead of a candy bar just because the healthier option was at eye level? Or perhaps, without even realizing it, you opted for a retirement plan simply because it was the default option? Welcome to the world of behavioral public policy.
In this exciting episode, we delve into the hidden forces that shape our decisions, as we discuss the intriguing field of Behavioral Public Policy with our distinguished guest, Prof. Dr. Donald P. Green from Columbia University. An esteemed scholar in the field, Prof. Green will demystify how seemingly small nudges can bring about significant societal changes.
We'll explore questions like: How do policy makers leverage behavioral science to guide our choices? In what ways does our brain interact with these subtle cues in the world around us? And, most importantly, how can we become more conscious of these influences to make empowered decisions?
Join us in uncovering the invisible dance between human behavior and public policy, and discover the surprising ways in which your own decisions may be guided by gentle nudges from the world of policy-making. Enjoy the episode!"
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