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- 28th Nov 2018
Applying Behavioural Insights to Labour Markets
Employment is one of the most important policy areas that governments manage. Yet, it is one with ample room for more use of evidence. Due to location and contextual factors, labour market policies are also often tailored to the economic needs of a country or region. For these reasons, continuous…
- 29th Oct 2018
Evidence Report: Literature review and semi-structured interviews to support the establishment of the Centre for Public Services Leadership
An evidence-based report summarising BIT findings on effective leaders in UK public services.
- 19th Oct 2018
Scaling impact: BIT’s capacity building work in Indonesia, Bangladesh and Guatemala
A publication series profiling BIT's capacity building work in Indonesia, Bangladesh and Guatemala.
- 1st Oct 2018
From Intentions to Action: The Science Behind Giving Behaviours
This was a collaboration between The Rideau Hall Foundation and the Behavioural Insights Team
- 15th Aug 2018
Enhancing central bank communications with behavioural insights
A joint study from the Bank of England and the Behavioural Insights Team
- 1st Aug 2018
Reducing the gender pay gap and improving gender equality in organisations
Evidence-based actions for employers
- 11th Jul 2018
Using behavioural science to improve how governments make decisions
- 27th Jun 2018
Behavioural science and the sustainable funding of charities
Core costs, and how to fund them, are important issues for many charities.
- 27th Jun 2018
Improving transition out of the Armed Forces: engaging families through behavioural insights
Each year 15,000 military personnel transition out of the UK Armed Forces. Whilst the majority transition successfully, a small but significant number struggle. Family plays a crucial role in this process, but their engagement with transition support remains low. This report draws on evidence from a variety of fields -…
- Academic publication
- 12th May 2018
Testing Local Descriptive Norms and Salience of Enforcement Action: A Field Experiment to Increase Tax Collection
The use of behavioural science interventions, and particularly social norms, in tax compliance has become a growth industry for scholars and practitioners alike in recent years.