logging in or signing up Applying Behavioural Insights to Public Policy Making swobservatory Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Uploaded from authorPOINT lite Insert YouTube videos in PowerPont slides with aS Desktop Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 122 Category: News & Reports.. License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: July 19, 2012 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description Michael Sanders from the Cabinet Office's Behavioural Insights Team, talks about applying behavioural insights to public policy making, including nudge. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript Applying behavioural science to policy: Behavioural Insights Team Applying behavioural science to policy Michael Sanders Research Fellow Behavioural Insights Team Taunton, July 18th, 2012Since 2008 …: 2 Sources: Since 2008 …And in government…: 3 Sources: And in government…PowerPoint Presentation: 4 Sources: MINDSPACE M essenger I ncentives N orms D efaults S alience P riming A ffect C ommitment E goPowerPoint Presentation: 5 Sources: 5 Norms – reducing energy usePowerPoint Presentation: 6 Sources: 6 Defaults – registering as an organ donorPowerPoint Presentation: 7 Sources: Signed at beginning of form Signed at end of form A study in the US found that moving signature boxes to the beginning of application forms primed customers to increase self-reported miles driven by 10%. Priming – signing up front & honesty Shu et al. (2011). When to sign on the dotted line? HBS Working PaperBehavioural Insights Team: 8 Sources: Behavioural Insights Team Coalition Agreement, 2010 “Our government will be a much smarter one... finding intelligent ways to encourage, support and enable people to make better choices for themselves .”The Behavioural Insights Team: The Behavioural Insights Team BIT David Halpern (Director) + 7 Advisory Panel Gus O’Donnell (Chair) Richard Thaler (Chicago) Peter Tufano (Oxford) Theresa Marteau (Cambridge) Peter John (UCL) Nick Chater (Warwick) Dan Goldstein (LBS) Steering Board Sir Jeremy Heywood (Chair)PowerPoint Presentation: UNCLASSIFIED 10 Media - wary early on “David Cameron’s Vanity Project”PowerPoint Presentation: Media has become supportive UNCLASSIFIEDA beginning, middle and an end...: A beginning, middle and an end... Here is my fantasy. We sack the Behavioural Insights Team. The first good trials in UK politics for many years may be about to come out of the wackiest and most voguish corner of government. What’s more, they’ve all been run by a small group of very smart people running out of the Cabinet Office, who have quietly set up what is effectively a randomised trials unit in government.What do we do?: 13 Sources: What do we do? Evidence Policy Applying behavioural science to policy design Policy trials: test. learn. adapt Testing what works in the field Often in partnership with business & local govtTesting it out in the field: 14 Sources: Testing it out in the field INTERVENTIONTesting it out in the field: 15 Sources: Testing it out in the fieldTesting it out in the field: 16 Sources: Testing it out in the fieldSpeeding up tax repayment rates: 17 Sources: Speeding up tax repayment rates BIT, 2011Boosting repayment rates of court fines: 18 Sources: Boosting repayment rates of court fines BIT, 2011Improving DVLA relicensing rates among persistent offenders: 19 Sources: Improving DVLA relicensing rates among persistent offenders BIT, 2012Installation of loft insulation relative to control: 20 Sources: Installation of loft insulation relative to control BIT, 2012Test, Learn, Adapt: 21 Sources: Test, Learn, Adapt BIT, 2012 Published last week Collaboration with Ben Goldacre and Professor David Torgerson Nine key steps to setting up a low cost, rigorous field trialFind out more about our work: 22 Sources: Find out more about our work BIT, 2011 firstname.lastname@example.org You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.