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Behaviourally Informed Policy Projects

  • UN Women New York USA (map)

Policymakers are increasingly turning to the behavioral sciences to tackle intractable policy challenges, including increasing student learning, raising savings rates, promoting energy and resource conservation, increasing productivity, improving sanitation practices, strengthening institutions, and reducing corruption. Behavioral insights (BI) comes into a key place in the associated behaviorally informed policy work.

The World Bank and UN Women cordially invite you to a brownbag exchange on BI, where the Mind, Behavior, and Development Unit (eMBeD), the World Bank’s behavioral sciences team will present experiences with behaviorally informed policy work, with a special focus on the gender stream.

For more information, please click here.