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Public Policy Research Seminar: Behavioural Science and Public Policy, Applications and the Future

by Michael Sanders, Head of Research, Behavioural Insights Team
When Nov 19, 2015
from 05:00 PM to 06:00 PM
Where Room 138, Alison Richard Building
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Attendees All welcome
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Michael will describe the work of the Behavioural Insights Team, which was first established in the UK cabinet office in 2010, and the growth of the movement towards applying behavioural science to policy - and rigorously testing it - that has emerged over the last five years. He will also briefly describe some areas where Behavioural Science has not yet been applied, or could be applied better.

 

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