This is my, to date, most substantial publication on the idea that we should design choices so as to promote better choice outcomes.
Annual EurSafe conference on The Ethics of Consumption starts today. I will be presenting on: “Shaping the context and content of food choices”. Conference papers are already published in a book from Wageningen Academic Publishers, edited by conference organizers Helena Röcklingsberg and Per Sandin.
Today Springer publishes the anthology Ethics in Public Health and Health Policy: Concepts, Methods, Case Studies, edited by Daniel Strech, Irene Hirschberg and Georg Marckmann. It includes a chapter by me on: “Normative and non-normative concepts: Paternalism and Libertarian Paternalism”.