I'm always reading something, usually multiple books at a time.
3.5 stars on Booklikes (this rounds down to 3 stars on Goodreads).
Continuing my obsession with behavioral economics. Having read The Undoing Project and Thinking, Fast and Slow, I was familiar with many of the concepts and examples discussed in Nudge, but still, Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein had a somewhat different emphasis (plus I enjoyed their humor). I really appreciated their concept of "choice architecture," and I think they have given me much to consider when it comes to applying their "nudge" ideas to life and work (I am in continuing medical education).
The edition I listened to (audio) is not their updated edition, and I am interested to discover what they have added (or changed). One thing that struck me is how dated their section on same-sex marriage is, now that marriage equality is the law of the land. I feel as though what actually happened is much more satisfying than any of their recommendations in that part of the book.
Some of their policy-oriented chapters struck me as a little dry, but mostly, I found their insights and ideas salient and applicable. I believe we can all benefit from becoming choice architects.