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  • 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.

  • Report
  • 10th May 2018

A behavioural approach to managing money: Ideas and results from the Financial Capability Lab

A partnership between the Money Advice Service, the Behavioural Insights Team & Ipsos MORI

  • Report
  • 25th Apr 2018

Increasing responses to the annual canvass in Hackney and Hull

Final report

  • Report
  • 21st Mar 2018

The impact of improved transparency of foreign money transfers for consumers and SMEs

Final report

  • Report
  • 27th Feb 2018

Retention and Success in Maths and English: A Practitioner Guide to Applying Behavioural Insights

Four principles policymakers and practitioners can implement to improve retention and success rates.

  • Report
  • 12th Feb 2018

EAST - Cuatro maneras simples de aplicar las ciencias del comportamiento

Nos complace presentar la traducción al español de nuestro marco metodológico principal EAST: Cuatro maneras simples de aplicar las ciencias del comportamiento.

  • Report
  • 19th Dec 2017

Why do parents bring children with minor illness to emergency and urgent care departments?

Literature review and report of fieldwork in North West London

  • Report
  • 14th Dec 2017

Using Data Science in Policy

The first report from BIT's Data Science team

  • Report
  • 30th Nov 2017

Evaluating the Nest Learning Thermostat

Four field experiments evaluating the energy saving potential of Nest's Smart Heating Control

  • Academic publication
  • 25th Oct 2017

Evaluation of Complex Whole-School Interventions: Methodological and Practical Considerations

Evaluating the impact of complex whole-school interventions (CWSIs) is challenging.