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- 15th Mar 2023
How can we improve the quality of work?
The latest UK figures show that over a fifth of people aged 16-64 are out of the labour force (neither working nor looking for work). Some of the reasons for inactivity are financial, but others are much more than financial.
Sai Ming Liew
Sai Ming is a Senior Advisor in the Singapore office working across a range of policy domains. Before joining BIT, Sai Ming led the Behavioural Insights Unit at the Ministry of Health in Singapore where he worked with and trained public healthcare policy and operations teams to apply behavioural insights. Sai Ming holds a Bachelor of Science in…
Laura dirige le bureau parisien de BIT, où elle mène une équipe travaillant sur une série de projets à visée sociale adressant des problématiques variées, depuis la santé publique à la protection des consommateurs, en passant par la durabilité, l'éducation, ou encore les finances publiques. Elle travaille au BIT depuis…
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- 13th Jan 2023
Gamified online stock trading harms consumers
Gamification tactics can have a strong impact on DIY investors, encouraging them to increase their trading frequency even when doing so is not in their best interest
- 9th Dec 2022
Atypical paths to play: Women, ethnic minorities & gambling related harms
Historically, gambling research has focused on the white male gambler. However this risks neglecting the growing number of women and ethnic minorities who are experiencing gambling harms
- 7th Dec 2022
Innovation in financial wellbeing
Six years ago, we set out to develop and test promising new ideas to give people more security and control over their finances. Here's what we've learnt.
- 7th Dec 2022
Employers and financial wellbeing
Employers have an absolutely crucial role to play in their employees’ financial wellbeing. There is a large appetite for this: over two-thirds of UK employees want more support from their employers when it comes to money.
David is an Advisor within the Financial Behaviour team in BIT's London office. Prior to joining BIT, David first qualified as a chartered accountant which he followed with a career working in the financial services industry. David then pivoted to change management, working on major finance and regulatory projects for…
- 6th Dec 2022
House of Lords hosts gambling harms event
On 29 November BIT's Gambling Policy and Research Unit (GPRU) held an event at the UK House of Lords bringing together key stakeholders, policy and decision makers who are working in the field of reducing gambling harms - GPRU's core mission. Attendees included representatives from industry organisations, support services and…
- 1st Dec 2022
Using behavioural insights to increase the take up of Pension Credit in Northern Ireland
This project details the findings of a research study into pensioners not claiming Pension Credit in Northern Ireland. It was undertaken as part of the Department for Communities’ Economic and Social Research Programme 2021/22. In this project the Department commissioned the Behavioural Insights Team (BIT) to explore why people in…