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Sunstein: The catch in the court’s health-care ruling

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Thursday's Supreme Court decision to uphold a pivotal regulation under the Affordable Care Act is, of [...]

Karlan: New data reveals which approach to helping the poor actually works

For years, policymakers have debated different approaches to helping the poor - everything from building [...]

A nutrition advocate seeks a better label – HSPH News

HSPH NewsA nutrition advocate seeks a better labelHSPH NewsHer dissertation focuses on understanding consumer behavior, [...]

How the Poor Make Better Financial Decisions Than the Wealthy – Slate Magazine

Slate MagazineHow the Poor Make Better Financial Decisions Than the WealthySlate MagazinePeople often assume that [...]

Cass Sunstein on the virtue of anxious leaders

Cass Sunstein is a professor and legal scholar at Harvard, the author of numerous books [...]

What Behavioral Finance Tells Us About The Greek Negotiations – Investing.com

  What Behavioral Finance Tells Us About The Greek NegotiationsInvesting.comIn 2011, in collaboration with Anuj Shah, [...]

How Can Behavioral Science Reform Higher Ed?

At ideas42 we do a lot of work applying behavioral science to challenges in higher [...]

Alleviating Poverty Doesn’t Have To Be So Hard, And Behavioral Science Can … – Co.Exist

Co.ExistAlleviating Poverty Doesn't Have To Be So Hard, And Behavioral Science Can ...Co.ExistInterventions grounded in [...]

Tackling Low Retirement Savings in Mexico

For many of us, saving enough for retirement remains a murky, unrealized goal. Behavioral science [...]

Behavioral Science and Poverty – Gawker

GawkerThe fastest way to fight poverty is to redirect money from higher-income to lower-income people. [...]

Brooks: ‘The Problem Is Not That We Don’t Care’ About Poverty

New York Times columnist David Brooks argued that when it comes to poverty “the problem [...]

BIT research team is recruiting

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BIT research team is recruiting

The team are looking to recruit to three key roles in [...]

Call for Bloggers

As a member of the BSP community, you have an opportunity to share your insights on the application of behavioral science research.

BIT is recruiting in North America

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The Behavioral Insights Team, North America, is recruiting exceptional candidates to be the first employees [...]

BIT to partner with US cities through Bloomberg Philanthropies’ What Works Cities Initiative

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New partnership will help to launch US operations for BIT

The Behavioural Insights Team (BIT) has [...]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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