We work in low and middle income countries on a range of policy challenges, from healthcare and early years education, to corruption and tax collection.
We have as much to learn from our local partners – civil servants, NGOs and academic institutions – as they do from us. Building strong partnerships cross more than twenty countries has allowed us to adapt, improve and scale many of our original tools and trials.
Principal Advisor - Head of Private Sector - BIT U.S
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What’s in a leaderboard?
In the last week, you may have found that a leaderboard has become an unexpected addition to your morning routine. Every morning you now wake up, pick up your phone and check where your country sits on the Olympic medal table. Although they look simple, leaderboards can have a big impact.
Greening pensions: A behavioural perspective
In our latest report, we outline seven ideas, grounded in behavioural science, to achieve a greener pensions system and help to avert the climate crisis. Downstream, we aim to support individual pension-holders to take up greener pension options, and upstream, we address the pensions market itself to improve the availability and integrity of green pensions.
Greening Pensions: A Behavioural Perspective
In this report, we contribute to the emerging conversation on green pensions by highlighting the benefits of using a behavioural perspective. We outline seven ideas, grounded in behavioural science, to achieve a greener pensions system and help to avert the climate crisis.
What if a behavioural scientist redesigned climate negotiations?
In this blog post, we outline a few creative ways behavioural insights could be applied to COP26 in Glasgow – from lead-up, to opening day, to delivery of the conference itself. This is a tongue-in-cheek manifesto of how the conference would look if overzealous behavioural scientists helped organise it.
Making markets better - a behavioural perspective
Join The Behavioural Insights Team (BIT) and the UTS Centre for Policy and Market Design (CPMD) for this virtual webinar to discover how we might take a behavioural lens to policymaking in order to create stronger, more inclusive and more sustainable markets and economies.