1999. Efficacy, effectiveness and efficiency in mental health service delivery. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry
Benartzi, S. and Lewin, R.. 2012. Save More Tomorrow: Practical Behavioral Finance Solutions to Improve 401(k) Plans. New York, NY: Penguin.
Berg, N. and Gigerenzer, G.. 2010. As-if behavioral economics: neoclassical economics in disguise?
History of Economic Ideas
Beshears, J., Choi, J. J., Laibson, D. and Madrian, B. C.. 2009. The importance of default options for retirement saving outcomes: evidence from the United States. In Social Security Policy in a Changing Environment, ed. Brown, J. R., Liebman, J. B. and Wise, D. A., 167–195. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
Cain, D. M., Loewenstein, G. and Moore, D. A.. 2011. When sunlight fails to disinfect: Understanding the perverse effects of disclosing conflicts of interest. Journal of Consumer Research
2009a. What is this thing called ‘efficacy’? In Philosophy of the Social Sciences. Philosophical Theory and Scientific Practice, ed. Mantzavinos, C., 185–206. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
2009b. Evidence-based policy: what's to be done about relevance?
2012. Will this policy work for you? predicting effectiveness better: how philosophy helps. Philosophy of Science
Cartwright, N. and Hardie, J.. 2012. Evidence-based Policy: A Practical Guide to Doing it Better. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Clarke, B., Gillies, D., Illari, P., Russo, F. and Williamson, J.. 2014. Mechanisms and the evidence hierarchy. Topoi
Craver, C. F.
2006. What mechanistic models explain. Synthese
Felsen, G. and Reiner, P. B.. 2015. What can neuroscience contribute to the debate over nudging?
Review of Philosophy and Psychology
Frederick, S., Loewenstein, G. and O'Donoghue, T.. 2002. Time discounting and time preference: a critical review. Journal of Economic Literature
Gigerenzer, G. (2008). Why heuristics work. Perspectives on Psychological Science
Grüne-Yanoff, T. and Hertwig, R.. 2015. Nudge versus boost: how coherent are policy and theory?
Minds and Machines. doi: 10.1007/s11023-015-9367-9.
Illari, P. M.
2011. Mechanistic evidence: disambiguating the Russo–Williamson thesis. International Studies in the Philosophy of Science
Illari, P. M. and Williamson, J.. 2012. What is a mechanism? Thinking about mechanisms across the sciences. European Journal for Philosophy of Science
Johnson, E. and Goldstein, D.. 2003. Do defaults save lives?
Levitt, S. D. and List, J. A.. 2009. Field experiments in economics: the past, the present, and the future. European Economic Review
1996. Out of control: visceral influences on behavior. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes
McKenzie, C. R., Liersch, M. J. and Finkelstein, S. R.. 2006. Recommendations implicit in policy defaults. Psychological Science
Park, C. W., Jun, S. Y. and MacInnis, D. J.. 2000. Choosing what I want versus rejecting what I do not want: an application of decision framing to product option choice decisions. Journal of Marketing Research
1986. The Morality of Freedom. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Sah, S., Loewenstein, G. and Cain, D. M.. 2013. The burden of disclosure: increased compliance with distrusted advice. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Sozou, P. D.
1998. On hyperbolic discounting and uncertain hazard rates. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences
2008. Across the Boundaries: Extrapolation in Biology and Social Science. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
2014. Does it work to pay people to live healthier lives? British Medical Journal
Sunstein, C. R. and Thaler, R. H.. 2003. Libertarian paternalism is not an oxymoron. University of Chicago Law Review
Thaler, R. H. and Benartzi, S.. 2004. Save more tomorrow: using behavioral economics to increase employee savings. Journal of Political Economy
Thaler, R. H. and Benartzi, S.. 2013. Behavioral economics and the retirement savings crisis. Science
Thaler, R. H. and Sunstein, C. R.. 2008. Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth And Happiness. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.
Tversky, A. and Kahneman, D.. 1991. Loss aversion in riskless choice: a reference-dependent model. Quarterly Journal of Economics
2003. Making Things Happen: A Theory of Causal Explanation. Oxford: Oxford University Press.