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Nudging one’s way to a healthy lifestyle – A look at regulations in health through the lens of behavioral economics


This post was written by Mengyi Xu, O’Neill Institute Summer Intern, Princeton University ’14.  Any comments or questions about this post can be directed to mxu@princeton.edu. To regulate or not to regulate, that is always the question. On the opening day of the O’Neill Institute’s Summer Program on NCDs and law, Professor Alberto Alemanno from HEC […]



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