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Pointing out that “plan participants now typically make their investment choices on a screen rather than on paper,” Shlomo Benartzi writes about an experiment he and Richard Thaler conducted. (Photo: Shutterstock)

It seems counterintuitive, but the design of the website used by participants to make investment choices as well as other decisions in their retirement plans can have an outsize effect on those choices — and on the outcomes for those retirement savers.

Marlene Satter

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