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BX Awards 2019: Call for Submissions

Background Behavioural Exchange is returning to London for 2019. As hosts, the Behavioural Insights Team are proud to announce a call for submissions for the annual awards.  The last ten years has seen tremendous growth in the scope, ambition and achievements of the behavioural sciences, a period which has also…

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  • 26th Jun 2019

We asked our colleagues to talk to strangers - this is what happened

Could we encourage our co-workers to strike up new social connections on their way into the office?

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  • 28th Nov 2018

Eight years

After eight fantastic years, I will be moving on from the Behavioural Insights Team to embark on six months of parental leave with my young son and daughter. My last day will be this Friday. So I thought I’d take the opportunity to write about the last eight years with…

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Privacy notice

The Behavioural Insights Team website This notice is effective from 1 June 2022 1. Introduction This privacy notice is maintained by the Behavioural Insights Team (BIT). It sets out how and why we use your personal data - both on this website, and offline.   If you work for BIT, you…

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  • 19th Jul 2018

BX is coming back to London for 2019

Football’s not coming home (yet), but we’re delighted to confirm that the annual Behavioural Exchange (BX) conference will be held in London next year. Tickets are on sale now Technically BX isn’t coming home either. The inaugural 2014 conference was held in Sydney, where it returned last month for BX2018.…

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  • 28th Jun 2018

BX2018 - Onwards to the next frontier

Every annual conference faces the challenge of pushing beyond the previous year’s terrain. With its tagline, ‘New Frontiers in Behavioural Insights,’ BETA’s Behavioural Exchange 2018 took this challenge head on. So our Sydney, Singapore, and Wellington teams headed to BX this week with great excitement, and weren’t left disappointed. Without…

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  • 22nd Jun 2018

BX2018: Scaling effective health interventions across the globe

This blog post is the last in a series that we are writing in the lead up to the 2018 Behavioural Exchange. It outlines our recent work in health, which is the focus of one of the breakout sessions. As health has been an area that we’ve worked in for…

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  • 11th Jun 2018

BX2018: Helping people save on their energy

This blog post is the third in a series that we are writing in the lead up to the 2018 Behavioural Exchange in Sydney. It outlines our recent work in energy markets, which is the focus of one of the breakout sessions. As energy has been an area that we’ve…

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  • 21st May 2018

BX2018: Diverse approaches to improving gender diversity

This is the first in a series of blog posts in the lead up to the Behavioural Exchange 2018 conference in Sydney. It continues the ongoing conversation that we, as a global organisation, have been having about diversity, and the role Behavioural Insights can play in improving gender equality. To…

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  • 1st Sep 2015

Nudging for good - David Halpern and Owain Service

As the world leading behavioural scientists gather in London to share new and remarkable results, a new book - Inside the Nudge Unit – urges we ‘nudge for good’, and all keep an eye on who nudges the nudgers. This week, the world’s leading behavioural experts are gathering in the…