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- 20th Mar 2023
A Manifesto for Applying Behavioral Science
10 new proposals to enable behavioural science to truly fulfill its potential for improving lives and societies
- 18th Oct 2022
Do Behavioural Insights work for tigers?
We overestimate our ability to manage risks - even if there's a very real chance of being attacked by tigers!
Also available in: Indonesian
- 18th Oct 2022
Apakah wawasan perilaku berlaku untuk harimau?
Kami melebih-lebihkan kemampuan kami untuk mengelola risiko - bahkan jika ada kemungkinan yang sangat nyata untuk diserang oleh harimau!
Also available in: English
- 1st Sep 2022
Saving the elephants with behavioural insights
Valued at approx £15 billion annually, illegal wildlife trade is the 4th biggest international illegal activity after drugs, illegal arms dealing, and human trafficking. Influencing consumer demand is core in tackling illegal wildlife trade. However, there are gaps in existing literature about what works to reduce consumer motivation and demand.…
- 29th Apr 2022
How can we encourage migrant domestic workers to seek help? Part 2
In Part 1 of this blog post series, we talked about the behavioural barriers that migrant domestic workers (MDWs) face when deciding whether and how to seek help, and the prototypes that we designed to address these barriers. If you had voted in the poll in our last blog post,…
- 11th Mar 2022
How can we encourage migrant domestic workers to seek help? We asked them!
Incidents of abuse and harassment at workplaces are difficult to catch even when they happen in public places such as an office. When one lives with their employer as Migrant Domestic Workers do in Singapore, the risk that abuse goes undetected is compounded. We partnered with two non-governmental organisations (NGOs),…
- 24th Nov 2021
Measuring biases in Malaysians' financial behaviours
We wanted to examine the financial behaviours of Malaysians and find out whether these are affected by some classic cognitive biases.
- 19th Aug 2021
The good kind of null? Training village doctors in Bangladesh to fight COVID-19
“Village doctors” are the primary healthcare providers for many Bangladeshis, but their qualifications and expertise can vary considerably. In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, the role of village doctors has expanded to pandemic preventers and the advice they provide has become a matter of public health. With that in…
- 10th Feb 2021
Seeing is believing, even through a screen.
On the International Day of Women and Girls in Science it is worth remembering that ‘seeing is believing’ - a principle Iris Bohnet highlights in her book What Works: Gender Equality by Design. When we have a preconceived idea that a career is dominated by men, seeing a real-world example…
- 2nd Oct 2019
A partnership to reduce social security arrears
One of the most cost-effective ways of scaling the use of behavioural insights (BI) around the world is by building BI capacity. BIT does this by running projects in close collaboration with partner organisations.