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Inclusive Rationality and Paternalism: Responses to Comments and Criticism

Glen Whitman, Department of Economics, California State University, USA, , Mario J. Rizzo, Department of Economics, New York University, USA,
Suggested Citation
Glen Whitman and Mario J. Rizzo (2021), "Inclusive Rationality and Paternalism: Responses to Comments and Criticism", Review of Behavioral Economics: Vol. 8: No. 3-4, pp 379-394.

Publication Date: 09 Dec 2021
© 2021 G. Whitman and M. J. Rizzo
Behavioral Economics,  Biases,  Law and Economics,  Behavioral Decision Making


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In this article:
Connections to Other Thinkers and Research Programs (Matson & Dold, Peart, Koppl) 
Concerns about the Analytical Approach (Rajagopalan, Grüne-Yanoff) 
Delineating Principles to Guide Behavioral Policymaking (Grüne-Yanoff, Cowen & Trantidis, Hands, Hargreaves Heap) 


The symposium articles fall roughly into three groups: those that connect our work to that of other thinkers and research programs; those that raise concerns about our analytical approach; and those try to delineate principles to guide behavioral policymaking. We will consider these three groups in turn.



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