Human behaviour drives the actions of consumers, workers and businesses, and in doing so, drives the performance of the wider economy. We want to improve access to high quality work; increase business productivity and growth; and improve macroeconomic policy to the benefit of citizens and businesses across the economy.
BIT’s biggest trial so far encourages more flexible jobs and applications
We wanted to see if we could encourage employers to advertise more jobs with flexible working options. 20 million job applications passed through this RCT - making it one of the biggest experimental social policy trials ever published.
Changing Truck Driving Behavior One Mile at a Time
The Behavioral Insights Team recently partnered with LinkeDrive – an industry leader in truck driver performance management – to identify ways to use behavioral insights to help truck drivers drive more safely and fuel-efficiently, while also improving drivers’ experience on the road.
More on work and economics
Meet the team
Senior Director, Policy and Partnerships
Director, Economic Policy
Senior Advisor and Lead for Organisational Behaviour, Employment and Labour Markets
Head of Employment, Organisational Behaviour and Public Sector Innovation
Dr Guglielmo Briscese