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Nudging

When Government Nudging Is Ethical

Nudging—using behaviorally-informed measures to influence behavior—has proven to be an effective tool in government for encouraging residents to pay p...

Nudging

Ten Ways Cities are Nudging for Better, Healthier Citizens

Eating more healthily, saving more, or recycling are all things that most people would agree they’d like to do more of. Yet, even with the best intent...

Performance Measurement

Outcome-Driven Policy With a Human Touch

Outcome-driven policy in many ways seems like common sense: setting measurable objectives for policies gives government a much better chance of making...

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Chris Bousquet

Chris Bousquet is a Research Assistant/Writer for Data-Smart City Solutions. Before joining the Ash Center, Chris worked at the Everson Museum in Syracuse, NY and wrote for DC Inno in Washington, D.C., where he covered tech policy, cybersecurity, and startups. Chris holds a bachelor’s degree from Hamilton College.

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