The new journal "Behavioural Public Policy" edited by Adam Oliver, Cass Sunstein, and George Akerlof is a very welcome addition to the intellectual environment in this area. Forthcoming article titles for 2017 are below, including many leading figures in the field.
Sarah Conly: ‘Paternalism, Coercion, and the Unimportance of (Some) Liberties’.
Shaun Hargreaves Heap: ‘Behavioural Public Policy – The Constitutional Approach’.
David Hirshleifer and Siew Hong Teoh: ‘How Psychological Bias Shapes Accounting and Financial Regulation’.
Michael Jones-Lee and Terje Aven: ‘Weighing Private Preferences in Public Sector Safety Decisions: Some Reflections on the Practical Application of the Willingness to Pay Approach’.
Dan Kahan, Ellen Peters, Erica Dawson and Paul Slovic: ‘Motivated Numeracy and Enlightened Self-Government’.
George Loewenstein and Nick Chater: ‘Putting Nudges in Perspective’.
Pete Lunn and Aine Ni Choisdealbha: ‘The Case for Laboratory Experiments in Behavioural Public Policy’.
Sunita Sah: ‘Policy Solutions to Conflicts of Interest: The Power of Professional Norms’.
Barry Schwartz and Nathan Cheek: ‘Choice, Freedom, and Well Being: Considerations for Public Policy’.
Cass Sunstein: ‘Nudges that Fail’.