This article discusses some of the political barriers to the adaption of behavioural approaches to public policy. It contrasts the increasing acceptance of behavioural ideas in the civil service with the limited enthusiasm displayed, so far, by politicians. It also suggests that more attention should be focused on the impact of those affected by behavioural initiatives.
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