My paper on visualizing dynamic networks has just been published in the Handbook of Research Methods in Complexity Science. There’s a discount code for those purchasing in the next three months—VIP35.
David Halpern leads the Behavioural Insights Team—what used to be known as the UK government’s “Nudge Unit”. It was the first government institution to use behavioural economics to encourage better decision-making. While the concept is controversial—many people see something sinister in the so-called “libertarian paternalism”—it’s had some impressive successes. In one project they added a […]