Tag Archives: Nudge

History of Behavioural Economics

For those you have read my thoughts on the use of Behavioural Economics as a method of optimising our approach to Performance Based Contracting (PBC) (see earlier posts on Is Your Contract Fun? and Designing Successful PBCs) I wanted to … Continue reading

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Nudging Performance

For those that found my previous post that compared PBCs with the notion of nudging interesting I would highly recommend you read this insightful question and answer (Q&A) session with Richard Thaler, co-author of┬áthe book Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health, … Continue reading

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Is Your Contract Fun?

Katherine Milkman, an associate professor at Wharton, University of Pennsylvania, starts her behavioural economics class with the following video. . Having watched this you may be wondering what this has to do with PBC? Let me explain. If you agree … Continue reading

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