Israel Election: Dan Ariely Explains Why 'It's Tempting to Vote for a Liar'

What internet dating and Naftali Bennett share, how a 'strategic' vote is like a pre-cooked meal, and why a Tel Aviv Party would be bad. The renowned behavioral economist weighs in on the dynamics driving Israel's election

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Jonathan Lis
Jonathan Lis
Jonathan Lis
Jonathan Lis

Hours before Israeli polling stations open for the fourth time in two years, Dan Ariely is convinced that this time too, voters won’t behave rationally.

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