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  • Blog
  • 13th Oct 2020

How can we support physical distancing in the office?

To understand how to best support physical distancing in workplaces, we partnered with a large Australian bank and Professor Robert Slonim to undertake some rapid research. This formed part of a broader objective for the bank to become a COVID-safe workplace, and to find creative ways to help their employees…

  • Blog
  • 3rd Sep 2020

How can we prepare young people for the future of work?

COVID-19 has had profound impacts on the way societies function, including the nature of work. Young people are particularly affected, with youth unemployment in Australia at the highest it’s been in 22 years. To address this crisis, young people need to be adaptable and demonstrate a broader range of skills…

  • Past event
  • 19th Oct 2020

Behavioural Insights Course: Running a Project (Online)

This behavioural insights online course will teach you the basics of planning, establishing and managing a BI Project. In this behavioural insights online course you will learn a set of tools to match BI project approaches with policy problems, as well as arguments to advocate for a BI methodology.

  • Past event
  • 24th Sep 2020

Behavioural Insights Course: An Introduction (Online)

This behavioural insights course provides an introduction to the field of behavioural insights (BI) and an overview of the key principles that drive human behaviour. In this online BI course you will learn about the growth of behavioural insights across governments and discuss a wide range of examples where behavioural…

  • Blog
  • 6th Jul 2020

Speaking to consumers unlocked insights into how we can help them save on energy

As the economic effects of COVID-19 become more apparent, consumers are cutting back on spending. Energy bills are often an area where many people can make savings. However, navigating this market can be a difficult task. Information is often presented in confusing ways that make it harder for people to…

  • Blog
  • 4th Nov 2019

Beyond disclosure

This month, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM) published their report calling time on disclosures.This leaves us with a hard question: if disclosure isn’t enough, where should financial regulators look next?

  • Blog
  • 24th Sep 2019

How to stop sexual harassment as a bystander

In the wake of the #MeToo movement, many organisations and universities are searching for evidence-based strategies to combat sexual harassment. Encouraging bystanders, those who witness or hear about sexual harassment, to take action is a promising way to do this.

  • Blog
  • 19th Aug 2019

Reducing household power usage during the hottest days of the year

On hot summer days, power usage in Australia skyrockets as households and businesses turn on their air conditioners. Energy usage can increase by over 45% on these days, particularly between 3pm and 6pm when both households and offices are running their air conditioning. The traditional approach to these peak-demand events…

  • Blog
  • 23rd Jul 2019

Singapore super-medics, notes from Down Under, and getting ready for a new PM

Our work with premiers past and present, around the world.

  • Case study
  • 24th Jan 2019

Encouraging consumers to switch to better energy deals

Energy markets around the world have increasingly been opened up to competition, but many consumers remain disengaged and continue to pay significantly over the odds for their energy.