Weekly Top 5 Papers – April 5, 2013

1. Do Defaults Save Lives?
by Eric Johnson (Columbia Business School – Marketing) and Daniel Goldstein (Microsoft Research New York City)

2. The Storrs Lectures: Behavioral Economics and Paternalism
by Cass Sunstein (Harvard Law School)

3. The Dangers of Surveillance
by Neil M. Richards (Washington University in Saint Louis – School of Law)

4. What is Marriage?
by Sherif Girgis (Princeton University Department of Philosophy) and Robert George (Princeton University – Department of Politics) and Ryan Anderson (University of Notre Dame Department of Political Science)

5. Choice Construction Versus Preference Construction: The Instability of Preferences Learned in Context
by On Amir (University of California, San Diego (UCSD) – Rady School of Management) and Jonathan Levav (Columbia Business School – Marketing)

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