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New policy experiments using nudges have the potential to make a significant contribution to energy conservation

Blog post from London School of Economics & Political Science
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  • Ge Environmental Sciences
  • Ja Political Science (General)
  • Jn101 Great Britain
  • Economics


Adam Oliver comments on the UK Government’s recently published report on ‘Behaviour Change and Energy Use’, and finds that while some of the proposed interventions are not strictly ‘behavioural economics’, they may provide people with some incentives to reduce the amount of energy they use.

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