A pioneering look at the idea of "choicelessness" in seemingly free-to-choose settings
What is it about?
Although this article is about energy use and choices in the energy sector, the core idea of how "choicelessness" arises in complex social-political-economic settings is presented clearly in this paper.
Why is it important?
With a lapse of 3+ decades, the ideas of choicelessness are now finally getting attention across a variety of disciplines. The authors of this article are also gearing up to revisit these ideas in the 21st century context.
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