Eis um post interessante
For example, consider organ donation: over 99% of Austrians and only 12% of Gernans consent to donate their organs after death. Are Austrians so much nicer than Germans? Maybe so, but a clue is that Austria has a “presumed consent” rule (the default is to donate) and Germany has an “explicit consent” rule (the default is to not donate). Johnson and Goldstein find huge effects of the default in organ donations, and others have found such default effects elsewhere.
A discussão é sobre caridade, mas o exemplo é interessante. Ao que parece, alemães e austríacos, como todos nós, respondem a incentivos.