It’s complicated to make things simpler, especially in the area of government regulation, but it’s achievable, as Cass Sunstein elaborates in his book, Simpler: The Future of Government
. Readers who have an interest in behavioral economics and choice architecture will find a lot to enjoy in this book. Sunstein’s writing is lively, and he clearly enjoys the topic. I found his exploration of costs and benefits to be cogent and thought provoking.
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