Interesting article

At the beginning of the course we took a “test” that contained questions, some of which had a different wording but basically the same result, and noted that the way a question was worded often affected the way people responded to the question. This is one of the discoveries of “behavioral economics.”

The New York Times today has an article that discusses how behavioral economics might be used to increase the number of organs that are donated for transplant in patients who need them.

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