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Debiasing through law

Christine M. Jolls

Debiasing through law

by Christine M. Jolls

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economics -- Psychological aspects,
  • Consumer protection -- Law and legislation

  • Edition Notes

    StatementChristine Jolls, Cass R. Sunstein.
    SeriesNBER working paper paper series -- no. 11738., Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 11738.
    ContributionsSunstein, Cass R., National Bureau of Economic Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination47 p. ;
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17628072M
    OCLC/WorldCa62286588

    Civil Law is one of the areas of private law in the legal system. The purpose of these lecture note is to assist you in acquiring the basic way to think about Civil Law, and to serve as an introduction to Civil Law through an overview of the legal institution stated in the corpus of . Debiasing Background and Importance. When there are problems, people quite naturally look for possible solutions. People are certainly skilled enough in their decision making to get through life perfectly fine most of the time, but they are also often unskilled enough to make predictable mistakes in .

    The paper concludes with reference to a new emphasis in behavioral law and economics on "debiasing through law" - using existing or proposed legal structures in an attempt to reduce people's departures from the traditional economic assumption of unbounded rationality. Jul 23,  · Building upon dual process theories (DPTs) of reasoning,1 3 we discuss the origins of biases, and the theoretical basis of how cognitive debiasing actually works. In the second paper, we summarise the known strategies for cognitive debiasing that have been proposed to Cited by:

    Apr 15,  · Recognizing the findings regarding unconscious bias and that at least some of the time decisionmakers act in accord with their biases, the article focuses on ways that current law can operate to control against implicit bias and might be expanded to a strategy of “debiasing through law.”. law and thus to further refine our understanding of international law. It looks specifically at treaty currently working together on a book, Behavioral Economics and International Law, forthcom-ing from Oxford University Press. Debiasing Through Law, 35 J. Legal Stud. (); Cass R.


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Get this from a library. Debiasing through law. [Christine Jolls; Cass R Sunstein; John M. Olin Center for Law, Economics, and Business.] -- "Human beings are often boundedly rational.

In the face of bounded rationality, the legal system might attempt either to?debias law. by insulating legal outcomes from the effects of boundedly. Get this from a library. Debiasing through law. [Christine M Jolls; Cass R Sunstein; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- "In many settings, human beings are boundedly rational.

A distinctive and insufficiently explored legal response to bounded rationality is to attempt to "debias through law," by steering people Debiasing through law book. Sep 15,  · This Article offers both a general theory of debiasing through law and a description of how such debiasing does or could work to address central legal questions in a large number of domains, from employment law to consumer safety law to corporate law to property stcroixcaribbeanweddings.com by: by debiasing through law (whether achieved through substantive law or through procedural rules governing the adjudicative process).Compared with the more common approach of insulating legal outcomes from the effects of bounded rationality, a significant advantage of strategies for debiasing through law is that they aim to correct errors while.

This paper offers Debiasing through law book general account of how debiasing through law does or could work to address legal questions across a range of areas, from consumer safety law to corporate law to property law.

Discussion is also devoted to the risks of government manipulation and overshooting that are sometimes raised when debiasing through law is stcroixcaribbeanweddings.com by: The article from Cristine Jolls and Cass R.

Sunstein, "Debiasing through law", is an attempt to understand the effects of bounded rationality on human behaviour, focusing on possible policy. This paper offers a general account of how debiasing through law does or could work to address legal questions across a range of areas, from consumer safety law to corporate law to property law.

Discussion is also devoted to the risks of government manipulation and overshooting that are sometimes raised when debiasing through law is employed. DEBIASING THROUGH LAW AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT.

Christine Jolls * Law often compels the disclosure of information in particular —and, increas-ingly today, in visual—forms. Some judges conclude that such modern disclosure. REPRINTS OF ARTICLES IN EDITED VOLUMES Debiasing Through Law, reprinted in History of Law and Economics, Jonathan Klick and Henry N.

Butler eds., Edward Elgar (). Behavioral Economic Analysis of Redistributive Legal Rules, reprinted in Fairness in Law and Economics, Lee Anne Fennell and Richard H. McAdams eds., Edward Elgar ().

Debiasing is the reduction of bias, particularly with respect to judgment and decision making. Biased judgment and decision making is that which systematically deviates from the prescriptions of objective standards such as facts, logic, and rational behavior or prescriptive stcroixcaribbeanweddings.com judgment and decision making exists in consequential domains such as medicine, law, policy, and business, as.

Aug 30,  · Cognitive debiasing involves changes that rarely come about through a discrete, single event but instead through a succession of stages—from a state of lack of awareness of bias, to awareness, to the ability to detect bias, to considering a change, to deciding to change, then initiating strategies to accomplish change, and finally Cited by: In fact, however, many legal strategies are efforts to engage in the different approach of debiasing through law by reducing or even eliminating people’s boundedly rational behavior.

In their book Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth, and Happiness, Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein use research from psychology and behavioral Libertarian Paternalism, Externalities, and the ‘Spirit of Liberty’: How Thaler and Sunstein are Nudging Us Toward an ‘Overlapping Consensus’ Debiasing Through stcroixcaribbeanweddings.com by: Nov 21,  · Unconscious Implicit Bias Within the Criminal Justice System Can debiasing techniques help in lessening subconscious cultural stereotypes.

Posted Nov 21, Training Description Implicit biases, which exist within our subconscious, are especially difficult to control and can have dire consequences for criminal justice professionals tasked with enforcing the law, sentencing, and supervising individuals in prison and within the community.

However, implicit biases can be unlearned through a gradual process associated with debiasing techniques. DEBIASING ADVERTISING: BALANCING RISK, HOPE, AND SOCIAL WELFARE. Friedman, David Adam // Journal of Law & Policy;, Vol.

19 Issue 2, p This article explores the nuances of "debiasing through law," a regulatory approach proposed by Christine Jolls and Cass Sunstein. Book Title. Blackwell Handbook of Judgment and Decision Making.

Additional Information. How to Cite. Larrick, R. () Debiasing, in Blackwell Handbook of Judgment and Decision Making (eds D. Koehler and N. Harvey), Blackwell Publishing Ltd, Malden, MA, USA. doi: /ch16 Adoption and Diffusion of Debiasing.

In the study Debiasing the Mind Through Meditation: Mindfulness and the Sunk-Cost Bias, the researchers investigate how mindfulness meditation affects our sunk cost biases, which means tendency of people to continue investing money, time, or effort in something only because they invested a lot of money, time, or effort already (Hafenbrack, ).

sis, policy, law, medicine, education, business, and private life. •• Debiasing interventions can be effective, inexpensive methods to improve decision making and reduce the costly errors that decision biases produce. •• We found a short, single training intervention (i.e., playing a computer game or watching a video) pro.

Jan 12,  · In the last decade, behavioral economics, borrowing from psychology and sociology to explain decisions inconsistent with traditional economics, has revolutionized the way economists view the world. But despite this general success, behavioral thinking has fundamentally transformed only one field of applied economics-finance.

Peter Diamond and Hannu Vartiainen's Behavioral Economics and Its. David Adam Friedman of Willamette has written Debiasing Advertising: Balancing Risk, Hope and Social Welfare, 19 Journal of Law & Policy () (forthcoming).

Here's the abstract: This article explores the nuances of “debiasing through law,” a regulatory approach proposed by .Behavioural economics has become a leading force in applied economics, including in economic analysis of law.

At the heart of behavioural economics is the concept of bounded rationality. Bounded rationality suggests that humans face important limitations in knowledge and decision-making capability. Such limitations have clear importance to both the understanding and the improvement of the Author: Christine Jolls.‘Jeff Rachlinski has assembled an essential and timely introduction to the literature of behavioural law and economics: the key articles, central themes, and ongoing criticisms of the approach.

The text will serve as a standard reference for scholars and.