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꺹 Best new ◆ The Cost-Benefit Revolution (The MIT Press)  ѻ Ebook By Cass R Sunstein उ 꺹 Best new ◆ The Cost-Benefit Revolution (The MIT Press) ѻ Ebook By Cass R Sunstein उ Why policies should be based on careful consideration of their costs and benefits rather than on intuition, popular opinion, interest groups, and anecdotes.Opinions on government policies vary widely Some people feel passionately about the child obesity epidemic and support government regulation of sugary drinks Others argue that people should be able to eat and drink whatever they like Some people are alarmed about climate change and favor aggressive government intervention Others don t feel the need for any sort of climate regulation In The Cost Benefit Revolution, Cass Sunstein argues our major disagreements really involve facts, not values It follows that government policy should not be based on public opinion, intuitions, or pressure from interest groups, but on numbers meaning careful consideration of costs and benefits Will a policy save one life, or one thousand lives Will it impose costs on consumers, and if so, will the costs be high or negligible Will it hurt workers and small businesses, and, if so, precisely how much As the Obama administration s regulatory czar, Sunstein knows his subject in both theory and practice Drawing on behavioral economics and his well known emphasis on nudging, he celebrates the cost benefit revolution in policy making, tracing its defining moments in the Reagan, Clinton, and Obama administrations and pondering its uncertain future in the Trump administration He acknowledges that public officials often lack information about costs and benefits, and outlines state of the art techniques for acquiring that information Policies should make people s lives better Quantitative cost benefit analysis, Sunstein argues, is the best available method for making this happen even if, in the future, new measures of human well being, also explored in this book, may be better still. Cass Sunstein Wikipedia Cass Robert FBA born September , is an American legal scholar, particularly in the fields of constitutional law, administrative environmental and law behavioral economics, who was Administrator White House Office Information Regulatory Affairs Obama administration from to For years, taught at University R Walmsley Professor Harvard Law School, where he founder director Program on Behavioral Economics Public Policy Simpler The Future Government Kindle edition by Simpler Download it once read your device, PC, phones or tablets Use features like bookmarks, note taking highlighting while reading It Can Happen Here New York Many accounts Nazi period depict a barely imaginable series events, nation gone mad That makes easy take comfort thought that can t happen again But some depictions Hitler s rise are intimate personal They focus less well known leaders, significant state propaganda, murders, war, details individual lives Nudge blog Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth, Nudge sat down electronically with John Kenny, Senior Vice President Strategic Planning Draftfcb Chicago office, explore whether economics just fad marketing legitimate tool help industry perform better Starting Institute Decision Making, has been one leaders thinking about how incorporate discipline Tube Boobs archivenytimes Sunstein, author Free Markets Social Justice, member Federal Advisory Committee Interest Obligations Digital Television Broadcasters From winner Nobel Prize Economics, Richard H Thaler, revelatory look we make decisions Times bestseller engl fr Stups oder Schubs, Plural nudges ist ein Begriff der Verhaltenskonomik, mageblich durch den Wirtschaftswissenschaftler Thaler und Rechtswissenschaftler deren Buch Happiness deutsch Wie man kluge Entscheidungen anstt von geprgt wurde Unter einem The Fed FOIA Guide Requesting Records Freedom Act USC generally provides any person right access federal agency records, unless records portion protected disclosure FOIA nine exemptions three special enforcement record exclusions Britain Ministry Nudges Times Dec An Idea Born America Did writing exercise find job Even now hard for Mr Gyani say sure start successful research trial Essex The Cost-Benefit Revolution (The MIT Press)

 

    • The Cost-Benefit Revolution (The MIT Press)
    • 3.1
    • 246
    • Kindle
    • 0262038145
    • Cass R Sunstein
    • English
    • 27 January 2016

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