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Behavioural conditionality: why the nudges must be stopped – an opinion piece

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The use of behavioural conditionality has spread globally and is linked to the growth of behavioural economics and libertarian paternalism. This comment questions the ethics and effectiveness of this powerful trend and considers the alternative of moving towards universalism and unconditionality.
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Keywords: BEHAVIOURAL ECONOMICS; CONDITIONAL CASH TRANSFERS; INEQUALITY

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 February 2011

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