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Consumers: Can they, should they be nudged?

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  • Economics and Finance
  • Sustainability

With Sir Martin Sorrell, Dr Andy Wood, Dr Sally Uren and Matthew Taylor

Consumers: Can they, should they be nudged?

A panel of business leaders, Sir Martin Sorrell of WPP, Dr Andy Wood of Adnams and Dr Sally Uren of Forum for the Future debate the role that business should play in influencing behaviour change and the wider social good.
This is the second event in a major new lecture series withSky, which aims to explore the role that business can play as we endeavour to create a more sustainable approach to our economy, society and environment.Logo - Sky

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