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  • Report
  • 3rd Aug 2023

What works to change attitudes towards disabled people

Executive Summary Negative attitudes towards disabled people are common., Despite this, there is very little evidence on what works and what does not work to reduce negative attitudes towards disabled people.  Scope partnered with the Behavioural Insights Team (BIT) to run an online experiment. BIT ran a randomised controlled trial…

  • Blog
  • 2nd Aug 2023

Do we want Net Zero or not? We do, but the UK’s ULEZ debacle highlights the political high-wire

Let's not back-track on sustainability - let's just get better at policy-making.

  • Policy proposal
  • 1st Aug 2023

Using behavioural market design to align gambling operator incentives with consumer interests

This discussion paper presents ideas to reduce gambling harm by reshaping the market. In the UK gambling market, incentives are not strong enough for operators to prevent gambling harm, apart from at the extreme ends. A well-designed market would align operator incentives with improving consumer welfare and well-being.

  • Blog
  • 27th Jul 2023

Empowering staff from the ground up

Empowering employees brings higher levels of job performance and satisfaction, but what actually works?

  • EYV Lab project

GenPMTO

Working with parents to support the use of positive parenting strategies at home

  • Blog
  • 19th Jul 2023

Using behavioural science to redesign customer water bills

Last year, the UK sweltered through its hottest summer on record, with droughts declared nationwide. And if this June - the hottest June since records began - is anything to go by, the signs point to this becoming a more regular occurrence in 2023 and beyond. It is a jarring…

  • Blog
  • 13th Jul 2023

The low cost policy that the renter's reform bill doesn't cover

The Renters Reform Bill has been making its way through the House of Commons since May of this year. The bill includes many long-awaited reforms, such as eliminating ‘no fault’ section 21 evictions, and making it illegal for landlords to discriminate against people who receive benefits or who have children.…

  • Blog
  • 10th Jul 2023

Sustainability Comms 101: Mastering Climate Communications for Green Behaviour Change

With such a large shift in public action needed, and a lack of strong public understanding of green behaviours, it’s clear that public engagement, information and effective communications are a vital foundation. . 

  • Blog
  • 5th Jul 2023

What works to change attitudes towards disabled people

In the UK, 22% of people are disabled, but negative attitudes towards disabled people are far too common. Disabled people face negative stereotypes about lower competence and can be thought of with fear of awkwardness. There is very little evidence on what works and what does not work to improve…

  • Blog
  • 29th Jun 2023

Buy Now Pay Later: What are the risks and benefits to consumers?

Buy Now, Pay Later is changing consumers’ behaviour. Our new research shows it is considered a beneficial option by many people but there are ways to better support consumers