Did Rahm Learn Anything From Cass?

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2 Responses

  1. Bill Reynolds says:

    I love it when law-breakers pay so my taxes are less

  2. A.J. Sutter says:

    Why would behavioral economists necessarily advise dynamic speed displays rather than cameras and fines? Or suppose the photos taken by the cameras were published on a city website, along with the name of the driver — would they endorse that? (Singapore used a similar technique a number of years ago to discourage people from urinating in elevators. It worked.)

    I’m not saying that dynamic speed displays aren’t a better way of dealing with the problem; my question is about whether one approach is truly more behaviorally economic than the other.