Thirteen student teams and one APS graduates team competed to find the best behavioural insights ‘nudges’ to help Australians engage as thoughtful participants in the data economy.
In our tenth report, Improving tax compliance: deductions for work-related expenses, we showcase another example of the returns to government from small changes informed by behavioural insights.
Our behavioural economics team (BETA) has partnered with the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) to develop a guide to help NBN providers present information to consumers more clearly.
This September, university students from around Australia and APS graduates from the Department of Social Services gathered together in Brisbane over three days to brainstorm nudge solutions to increase volunteering at Australia’s first Nudgeathon.
We are excited to announce that BETA has secured funding over the next three years to extend our mission. The commitment, delivered under the Public Service Modernisation Fund, will enable us to continue improving public policy and service delivery.
Taking a closer look at the work of UK Behavioural Insights Team, Dr Michael Sanders spoke to staff about recent trials in education and the use of machine learning to optimise trials.