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Behavioral Economics and Public Opinion

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On the basis of data from many nations, our forthcoming book asks and answers a question pressing in democratic and nondemocratic nations alike: What do citizens actually think about behaviorally informed policies?

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Correspondence to Cass R. Sunstein.

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Cass R. Sunstein, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA.

Lucia A. Reisch, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark.

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Sunstein, C.R., Reisch, L.A. Behavioral Economics and Public Opinion. Intereconomics 53, 5–7 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10272-018-0710-2

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