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- 13th May 2021
Can nudging improve student wellbeing? Results from an RCT in Australia
Studying at university can be challenging at the best of times: students are often juggling financial stress, challenging course content, living or studying in a new city, and changes to their friendships and social support networks. The events of 2020 certainly do not appear to have helped: a recent survey…
- 11th May 2021
Chômage des jeunes: repenser l’accompagnement pour aider les jeunes à prendre leur parcours professionnel en main
Après des années de réduction constante, les progrès faits en France sur le chômage des jeunes sont à nouveau menacés, cette fois par la pandémie de Covid-19
- 11th May 2021
Youth unemployment in France: rethinking support to help young people plan their way into work
After years of steady reductions in joblessness, France’s progress on youth unemployment is threatened anew - this time by the COVID-19 pandemic
- 30th Apr 2021
How can we encourage institutional investors to make climate friendly decisions?
To combat climate change, US$90 trillion is needed in sustainable investments by 2030. However markets aren’t moving fast enough. The Paris Climate Agreement calls out the role of the finance industry in boosting green innovation and low carbon industries. The question remains however, as to whether shifting to more sustainable…
- 28th Apr 2021
How can we use behavioural science to promote vaccination against COVID-19 in Latin America?
On World Immunization Week, we want to share some of the learnings from our work promoting vaccination against COVID-19. For example, in Colombia, we found that a simple reciprocity message increased vaccination intent by 15% among the most skeptical population. We estimate that if these messages were sent to the…
- 28th Apr 2021
¿Cómo fomentar la vacunación contra el COVID-19 a través de las ciencias del comportamiento en América Latina?
En la semana mundial de la inmunización, queremos compartir algunos de los aprendizajes de nuestro trabajo fomentando la vacunación contra el COVID-19. Por ejemplo, en Colombia, encontramos que un mensaje simple, de reciprocidad, aumentó en un 15% la intención de vacunación entre la población más escéptica. Estimamos que si estos…
- 23rd Apr 2021
Nudging bystanders to fight sexual harassment isn’t easy, but could make perpetrators think twice
Many of us would like to think we’d do something to stop sexual harassment if it happened right in front of our eyes. Indeed when we surveyed over 3,000 commuters getting off public buses in Dhaka, 9 out of 10 respondents listed at least one helpful action they would take…
- 22nd Apr 2021
Vaccine communications: Equipping community advocates with behavioural science principles
How can governments, nonprofits, and others promote vaccine uptake among people that are questioning or hesitant?
- 9th Apr 2021
Practicalities are the most significant impediments to people getting a COVID vaccine - and the easiest to address
People’s willingness to receive the coronavirus vaccine may not be enough to actually get it. Large intention-action gaps have long been observed in many health behaviours, and it’s likely that some practical barriers will get in the way for many groups. To pre-empt this intention-action gap, we ran an online…
- 8th Apr 2021
Results from (probably) the first behavioural experiments with landlords in the UK
There is a growing need to establish effective ways to encourage private landlords to let properties to those on Universal Credit, both from a property owner and renter point of view. To address the dearth of evidence in this space, we ran two online randomised controlled trials, using our experiment platform…