Disclosure is supposed to act as a warning so clients can adjust their decision or behaviour accordingly. But is that how disclosures actually work in the real world?
In this podcast we talk to Dr Mariam Chammat, neuroscientist and Executive Advisor at the French Behavioural Insights Unit within the Interministerial Directorate for Public Transformation. Listen to Mariam’s take on how we can use our understanding of the brain’s shortcomings to make the world a better place.
BETA continues its BX2018 podcast series, where we recorded frank and fascinating discussions with speakers at the 2018 Behavioural Exchange Conference.
This episode sees University of Chicago Professor Anuj K. Shah talk about his work looking at the human behaviours underpinning parts of the US justice system.
From nudges to slow down decision-making in youth crime, to reminding people to show up to their court dates – Professor Shah covers some important ground.
Earlier in the year, BETA caught up with Professor John A. List at the 2018 Behavioural Exchange Conference (BX2018) where he presented a keynote speech.
How can behavioural economics be applied to public policy? How do incentives affect behaviour? BETA continues its podcast series with an interview with Professor Uri Gneezy about his work in incentives and his vision for behavioural economics.