Cass Sunstein

In response to the first question posed in his Senate confirmation hearing, Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch said that
Is there a need for deconstruction of the administrative state? No. Is there a need for reconstruction of the administrative
Colin Kaepernick deserves our support and admiration. It is now common knowledge that the San Francisco 49ers quarterback
An intimate parent-child conversation between Cass Sunstein and Ellyn Kail.
Here is a short interview with my father, Cass Sunstein, to mark the publication of his new book, "The World According to Star Wars."
When we ignore the limitations of human rationality and the systematic errors those limitations produce, we end up designing policies that are logical but don't end up working well for the people they're supposed to serve.
One thing is for sure: echoes make for a pernicious diet. There is greater opportunity for us all in the lasting, less aggressive truths that ride the prevailing winds, whispering beneath all of our competing noise. There are better meals out there, too.
As January kicks off, close to half of Americans will make resolutions on the perennial quest for self-improvement. Predictably, losing weight continues to be the top goal for 2015. Money-related resolutions, however, rank among the favorites.
We have an understandable tendency in such times to seek out the familiar and comfortable as a buffer against the disruptive changes surrounding us.
Radical fervor and echo chamber distortions do quite enough damage to our world without populating our kitchen tables. Be fed up, as I am, with such nonsense -- and we will all wind up eating better.
Law schools can learn a lot from D School approaches and design thinking. Lawyers and the law generally should be more user-friendly, transparent and adaptable. An emerging theory known as "New Governance" attempts to incorporate some of these approaches through legal and regulatory experimentation.
The most powerful leaders in a connected, complex world may well be the ones who can recruit the right team fastest to solve a problem or capture an opportunity. Why not be one of those sought-after leaders?
There's no doubt that Beck is a conspiracy theorist. He's a purveyor of wacky, purely fabricated gibberish leading to the ultimate conclusion that there's an unholy alliance composed of the Obama government and "fascist" progressives out to destroy us all.
There is one policy that seems to bridge the gap between the type of non-intrusive nudges Sunstein champions and the type of policies he knows are ultimately necessary to do something about global warming. They're called bag taxes.
In Orwell's 1984, there is a brilliant, powerful, and frightening scene of the "Two Minutes Hate," in which party members
These are important numbers to wrap your head around, but what do they really mean for countries and companies? How fast do we have to change?