‘Nudge’ policies are another name for coercion

Results from agent-based modelling, evolutionary theory, network theory and experiments in group decision-making also support Mettler. Take the “diversity trumps ability” theorem of Scott E. Page, from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor: groups of agents with diverse understandings of the world will solve difficult problems better than narrowly focused groups with higher expertise.

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