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  • Blog
  • 22nd Mar 2019

Applying behavioural science to manage England’s water resources

The world is running out of water, but surely not ‘rainy Britain’, right?

  • Blog
  • 21st Mar 2019

A landmark evaluation of the Troubled Families programme

New study released this week from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government

  • Blog
  • 20th Mar 2019

Making work happier

Taking all things together, how happy do you feel today? Today is the International Day of Happiness. Since 2012, the day has celebrated the relevance of happiness for everyone across the world and the importance of recognising happiness as a goal of public policy. So, today, it is worth reflecting -…

  • Blog
  • 8th Mar 2019

International Women's Day: when gender is your work

What challenges stand in the way of a balanced workplace, government, home and society?

  • Blog
  • 20th Feb 2019

'Tips by Text' project to support parents in early learning

BIT & EEF partner up to support parents in early learning process

  • Blog
  • 8th Feb 2019

8 ways to understand your organisation’s Gender Pay Gap

New guidance for employers published this week

  • Blog
  • 7th Feb 2019

How can we support mental health patients on waiting lists?

One in three Britons will have a diagnosable mental health problem in any given year

  • Blog
  • 1st Feb 2019

Announcing the Business Basics Messaging Trials: Upcoming trials to help boost UK productivity

What if someone found a way to boost businesses’ productivity, but no one was around to hear it? A series of randomised controlled trials next year aim to prevent that.

  • Blog
  • 30th Jan 2019

Psychology of tricky decision making

As Westminster wrestles with the issue of Brexit, we look at the psychology of tricky decision making.

  • Blog
  • 28th Jan 2019

Catching cancer early in Greater Manchester: Boosting GP referrals

In the second post of our 'catching cancer early' blog series we set out the findings from a trial in the Greater Manchester area that assessed the impact of social norm feedback on urgent cancer referral rates.