All posts tagged "behavioural economics"

  • When push comes to ‘nudge’: how governments can influence the behaviour of citizens

    The concept of ‘nudge’, whereby citizens can be influenced to make good choices, remains an important tool for governments as the COVID pandemic showed. Here, strategic communications and behaviour change

    • Posted June 14, 2022
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  • Don’t let your procurement hit the buffers

    In the wake of the collapse of the UK’s huge contractor Carillion, new concerns are being raised about the weaknesses in public procurement and contracting. Former senior supplier manager James

    • Posted January 29, 2018
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  • Making innovation normal

    At a major conference on innovation in government, delegates learned new ways to rebuild public trust, how civil servants are using behavioural economics – and why innovation is like bungie-jumping.

    • Posted November 29, 2017
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