For behavioural insights (BI) fans, like us, the Behavioural Exchange conference is an annual highlight. It is two full days of talking about BI, seeing what is happening around the world in BI and sharing our experiences from NSW.
DPC’s Behavioural Insights Unit recently partnered with the Australian branch of the Behavioural Insights Team to present a panel on non-cognitive ‘character’ skills.
International Behavioural Insights Conference 2015
Professor Benartzi’s new research highlights that not only is the Digital Revolution producing a new platform to deliver behavioural interventions, but it is also uncovering interesting differences between the decisions that people make online compared to offline.
If you were unable to attend BX2014 or missed some sessions, you can now stream talks from the website.
Event Review - ‘Behavioural Insights in NSW: One Year On’
From 16 July to 16 August, I was a visitor at the School of Politics and International Relations at the Australian National University. I am working with Professor Keith Dowding on a project on the policy agenda of the Australian government (as well as matters nudge, I work on public policy).
‘Behavioural Insights in Action’ run in partnership with IPAA, saw over 100 participants attend from across the public sector, private sector and academia.