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' s personal copy Influencing behaviour : The mindspace way

@inproceedings{Dolan2011SP,
  title={' s personal copy Influencing behaviour : The mindspace way},
  author={P. Dolan and M. Hallsworth and D. Halpern and D. King and R. Metcalfe and I. Vlaev},
  year={2011}
}
The ability to influence behaviour is central to many of the key policy challenges in areas such as health, finance and climate change. The usual route to behaviour change in economics and psychology has been to attempt to ‘change minds’ by influencing the way people think through information and incentives. There is, however, increasing evidence to suggest that ‘changing contexts’ by influencing the environments within which people act (in largely automatic ways) can have important effects on… Expand

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