Nudges Versus Regulation

Nudges Versus Regulation

"Libertarian paternalism, we think, is a promising foundation for bipartisanship." Write Cass Sunstein and Richard Thaler in their book Nudge. The authors are in favor of a governance structure that does not eliminate choice and possibility for people in the world. They are in favor of a system that allows flexibility for the people who … Continue reading Nudges Versus Regulation

Machines Versus Partisianship

Political parties seem to have a problem today. Voters dislike being part of a political party and have choosen to register or refer to themselves as non-partisan in greater numbers today than in the past. Political parties have also lost control of their candidate nominations, and when a party makes a big push toward their … Continue reading Machines Versus Partisianship