Does the so-called irrational behavior really need to boost improvement?

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 Does the so-called irrational behavior really need to boost improvement?


For example, in order to reduce smoking among smokers, cigarette boxes are written in large words smoking is harmful to health, and the font is large, accounting for one third of the surface area of cigarette boxes. In this way, smokers are reminded to quit smoking. Many cigarette companies in Europe also draw ugly parts of smokers on the surface of cigarette boxes, as well as propaganda pictures, in order to let smokers give up on their own initiative... This is the boost, which uses peoples emotions and emotions to intervene actively, thus affecting other peoples behavior.

Cass Sanstein, an economist who wrote Boost with Seller, is a think tank of the Obama administration and has written three books on the topic of Boost. Because of his moderate authoritarianism, Thornstein is regarded as the most dangerous person in the United States.

Boost repeatedly reiterates that they do not want coercion, but rather help the government to provide a gentle choice.

In the market economy, boost is everywhere, typically business advertisements, induce purchase. These are beyond reproach. On the surface, consumers are deceived and tempted, and their interests are damaged - in fact, they have the final decision-making power. Businessmen who harm the interests of consumers will be eliminated by competition sooner or later and abandoned by consumers. As for the economists such as Seller and Sanstein, they advocated boosting and encouraged the government to do things wisely. They advocate that the government should make use of the irrationality of category and gently promote the policy it wants to achieve. By boosting things become more difficult. Just like personal income tax, at first people had a strong tax pain and generally resisted it. Later, enterprises withheld a tax system. Taxpayerstax pain was alleviated. The government also achieved the goal of pulling goose feathers and not barking goose. But has coercion really disappeared? Its not just about moving from individuals to businesses. What will be the consequences of this boosting road? Is this not something we should reflect on? Source: Netease Financial Responsibility Editor: Yang Bin_NF4368

In the market economy, boost is everywhere, typically business advertisements, induce purchase. These are beyond reproach. On the surface, consumers are deceived and tempted, and their interests are damaged - in fact, they have the final decision-making power. Businessmen who harm the interests of consumers will be eliminated by competition sooner or later and abandoned by consumers.

As for the economists such as Seller and Sanstein, they advocated boosting and encouraged the government to do things wisely. They advocate that the government should make use of the irrationality of category and gently promote the policy it wants to achieve. By boosting things become more difficult.