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  • Blog
  • 19th Dec 2018

How can we end the Loyalty Penalty?

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has this week recommended 8 reforms to tackle the loyalty penalty across five essential markets – savings accounts, home insurance, broadband, mobile, and mortgages – in response to the ‘super-complaint’ Citizens Advice submitted on this issue. Here are our recommendations.  

  • Blog
  • 25th Oct 2018

Jeremy Heywood

It’s so far back that I can’t even be sure when I first met Jeremy Heywood. Perhaps when trying to sneak a note into the then Prime Minister Tony Blair’s red box that sat on his desk. Or sorting out arrangements for the newly founded (Forward) Strategy Unit. Probably even…

  • Report
  • 21st Mar 2018

The impact of improved transparency of foreign money transfers for consumers and SMEs

Final report

  • Blog
  • 8th Nov 2016

Policymaking: should we be 'messier'?

Last week, we were lucky enough to be joined by the FT’s Undercover Economist, Tim Harford, who came to talk to us about his excellent new book Messy. The central premise of the book is that we often succumb to the temptation of a tidy-minded approach to getting something done,…

  • Blog
  • 22nd Jul 2015

Matthew Hancock MP announced to open BX2015

We are delighted to announce special guest Matthew Hancock MP, Minister for the Cabinet Office & Paymaster General, will be opening BX2015, the behavioural science conference taking place in London on the 2nd and 3rd September 2015. With over 70 speakers confirmed, the focus of BX2015 will be to learn…

  • Blog
  • 8th Aug 2013

Partners in Washington to build on BIT work

Over the past week or two there has been lots of coverage of a new team in the White House that will look to apply lessons from behavioural sciene to public policy. The US team will be headed by Maya Shankar, who met members of BIT in Washington to discuss how we will exchange ideas…