PUBLICATIONS

Work in Progress

Nudging Charitable Giving (together with Rebecca Ruehle and Alfred Archer).

The Ethics of Nudging. Book manuscript (with Thomas Nys).

The Ethics of Nudging (with Andreas Schmidt).

Nudging Children (with Amanda Cawston and Alfred Archer).

Equalizing Positional Goods: When Leveling Down Is Not What It Seems (own work).

Inequality, Well-Being and Status: The Moral Psychology of Market Societies. Book manuscript (with Alan Thomas and Alfred Archer).

Why Ethical Reflection Matters (and Why Moralizing is Something Else) (with Maureen Sie), in: Martin van Hees and Lodi Nauta (eds.) (2020). Examining Life. An Introduction to Philosophy.

Latest Publications

Engelen, B. & Nys, T.R.V. (2020). Nudging and Autonomy: Analyzing and Alleviating the Worries. Review of Philosophy and Psychology. Online first. 

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Engelen, B. (2019). Nudging and Rationality: What Is There to Worry? Rationality and Society 31 (2), 204-232.

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Engelen, B. (2019). Ethical Criteria for Health-Promoting Nudges: A Case-by-Case Analysis. The American Journal of Bioethics 19 (5), 48-59. (With 12 commentaries and a response from me)

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Ivanković, V. & Engelen, B. (2019). Nudging, Transparency and Watchfulness. Social Theory and Practice 45 (1), 43-74.

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Key Publications 

Engelen, B., Thomas, A., Archer, A. & van de Ven, N. (2018). Exemplars and Nudges: Two Strategies for Moral Education. Journal of Moral Education. 47 (3), 346-365.

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Nys, T.R.V & Engelen, B. (2017). Judging Nudging: Answering the Manipulation Objection. Political Studies 65 (1), 199-214.

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Neuteleers, S. & Engelen, B. (2015). Talking Money: How Economic Valuation Can Undermine Environmental Protection. Ecological Economics 117, 253-260.

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Engelen, B. (2007). Why Compulsory Voting Can Enhance Democracy. Acta Politica, 42 (1), 23-39.

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Engelen, B. (2006). Solving the Paradox: The Expressive Rationality of the Decision to Vote. Rationality and Society, 18 (4), 419-441.

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Last update: 15-12-2019

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