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  • Blog
  • 27th Mar 2024

Realizing the promise of digital anti-corruption tools

Digital tools are promising in the fight against corruption. 

  • Blog
  • 25th Mar 2024

Three opportunities for the future of behavioural science, and how you can use them to keep your organisation ahead of the curve.

At BIT we work with business leaders and organisations to design better systems, policies, products and services. We have decades of experience solving business challenges globally and have developed a dedicated one-day UK based executive training in behavioural science for business leaders to bring our learning into your workplace.

  • Blog
  • 20th Mar 2024

Using behavioural insights to support the community finance sector 

This week, we published a toolkit in partnership with Fair4All Finance that followed this approach for the benefit of the community finance sector. Read on to find out more about our advisory work in action. 

  • Blog
  • 20th Mar 2024

How can a behavioral science lens reduce corruption?

Since 2019, BIT has been partnering with the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation on their On Nigeria Big Bet. The initiative aims to bolster the momentum around Nigerian-led efforts to strengthen accountability, reduce corruption, and improve the quality of life for Nigerians.

  • Blog
  • 19th Mar 2024

We need to talk about behaviour change and climate

Fresh from the Chatham House Energy Transition Conference, Toby Park, our Head of Energy, Transport and Sustainability Policy at the Behavioural Insights Team, sat down with Professor Felix Creutzig (lead author of the IPCC on demand), Dr Christina Demski (Deputy Director of the Centre for Climate Change and Social Transformation)…

  • Blog
  • 18th Mar 2024

L'entretien prénatal précoce, une étape clé du parcours de grossesse encore trop peu exploitée

Cette consultation est obligatoire pour toutes les femmes enceintes depuis mai 2020 et prise en charge à 100% par l’assurance maladie. 

  • Blog
  • 13th Mar 2024

Growth Vouchers: Introducing Randomised Control Trials to Government Policy

The Centre for Economic Performance at the LSE recently published the results of a randomised control trial to evaluate the impact of business Growth Vouchers. BIT was involved in the design of this trial from the very beginning and here we reflect on the importance of RCTs, why this one…

  • Blog
  • 12th Mar 2024

Improving government communications with behavioral insights

Governments across the U.S. are responsive to residents' needs every day. But what happens when a state can be proactive, and focus on an initiative to support people long term?

  • Blog
  • 5th Mar 2024

I Know It Like The Back of My Hand: How overconfident are we really?

How well do any of us actually know the back of our own hands? And by implication, what does this tell us about other things we think we know?

  • Blog
  • 29th Feb 2024

Should we ban mobile phones in schools?

Policy moves need to be informed by HOW phones distract young people as well as the messy reality of trying to implement blanket bans in the classroom.