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  • Blog
  • 3rd Jul 2019

Can behavioural insights help businesses adopt new technologies and management practices?

With our partners, we are now building a much needed evidence base on the use of nudges aimed at groups of people, or more specifically, businesses. We believe the success of behavioural insights for individuals can be replicated to help businesses achieve their goals.

  • Blog
  • 17th Jul 2019

Calling the very best of behavioural science: submissions for the BX Awards 2019 are now open!

Prizes for Outstanding Research and Outstanding Practitioner will be awarded at the Behavioural Exchange conference this September.

  • Report
  • 18th Jul 2019

Improving consumer understanding of contractual terms and privacy policies: evidence-based actions for businesses

This guide is for all businesses who want to help their consumers better understand their T&C’s.

  • Blog
  • 18th Jul 2019

Terms & Conditions Apply

Today we published our best practice guide on how to present contractual terms and privacy policies. Commissioned by BEIS, this guide is for all businesses who want to help their consumers better understand their T&Cs.

  • 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.

  • Academic publication
  • 7th Aug 2019

Enhancing central bank communications using simple and relatable information

Central bankers and the central banking literature are increasingly attuned to the importance of communications as a policy tool. However, less is known about how central bank communications should be drafted for maximal impact. Our paper contributes new insights in this regard. Using a large-scale online experiment with a sample…

  • Blog
  • 13th Aug 2019

Bringing consumers to the centre of consumer protection

Regulators are definitely getting smarter in their use of behavioural science and empirical methods, and lessons are being shared across the world. But are regulators still two steps behind commercial players, and particularly with respect to ‘market predators’?

  • Blog
  • 15th Aug 2019

BIT joins forces with the Centre for Homelessness Impact (CHI) to drive behaviour change in landlords

BIT is working with the Centre for Homelessness Impact (CHI) to test the effectiveness of homelessness interventions by applying - and rigorously evaluating - behavioural science methods.

  • Blog
  • 22nd Aug 2019

The importance of replication

If you’ve ever run a Randomised Controlled Trial (RCT), you know how exciting it is to find a solution that works.

  • Academic publication
  • 27th Aug 2019

Behavioural insight and the labour market: evidence from a pilot study and a large stepped-wedge controlled trial

In this article, we describe two experiments measuring the impact of a collection of interventions informed by behavioural sciences to reduce unemployment. In a small-scale pilot study (n = 2,383) run in partnership with a Jobcentre in the UK, we found that small changes to the way jobseekers interacted with employment…