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Improve Participation with a Nudge

When asking people to participate in an event or program, you are providing them with a choice; to engage or not engage. Below are several types of nudges that may impact participation decisions. Each is an opportunity to create your own

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Nudge Behavior Using Choice Architecture

Every set of choices is framed in a context that has an impact on the chooser. This environment, known as the “choice architecture,” may implicitly lead your constituents toward one choice over another. Introducing a nudge will modify the choice

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Welcome to Nudge University

This site is curated by Harvard staff as a resource for the entire University community. Our goal is to inspire U to improve administrative practices using behavioral science. Join us to learn, discuss, and experiment! Join the NudgeU project: We

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