Accordingly if you seek to understand Thaler and Sunstein's work first-hand, or to research and extract from the original Thaler-Sunstein source material, then you should obtain their book 'Nudge', and also explore Kahneman and Tversky's earlier work. The name and concept of 'Nudge' or 'Nudge theory' were popularized by the 2008 book, 'Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth, and Happiness', which became a major international best-seller.
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On which point, it's important to note that anyone can use Nudge theory (see 'Anyone can use Nudge theory').
This article: 'Nudge' theory was proposed originally in US 'behavioral economics', but it can be adapted and applied much more widely for enabling and encouraging change in people, groups, or yourself. Nudge theory - the Thaler-Sunstein principles, terminology, 'nudges' 7.
Nudge theory can also be used to explore, understand, and explain existing influences on how people behave, especially influences which are unhelpful, with a view to removing or altering them. Other 'nudges' - extending Thaler-Sunstein ideas 7. Developing, Adapting, Using Nudge theory - and Nudge theory 'toolkit' 9. Anyone can use Nudge theory - anyone can be a 'choice architect' 8.
Like any review this article is open to debate as to how precisely it interprets and represents the original (Thaler-Sunstein/Kahneman-Tversky) work, and this is especially so because of the adaptive and developmental nature of this article. Amos Tversky is somewhat neglected in citations for Nudge theory because he died in 1996.
Nudge theory seeks to improve understanding and management of the 'heuristic' influences on human behaviour (US spelling is behavior), which is central to 'changing' people.