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Last fall, the Nobel Prize in Economics was awarded to professor Richard Thaler for his work in the field of behavioral economics. His most accessible writings on this subject are “Nudge” and “Misbehaving.” Because the voluntary-enrollment process involves helping people make good decisions in a short period of time, all of us involved in enrollment are becoming behavioral economists. In honor of Thaler, the next few columns will focus on bringing behavioral science into enrollment.

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