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End of the beginning: Behavioural economics enters a new era of application
This article demonstrates how behavioural economics is being employed to improve public and business policies. It shows how governments are using robust experiments, seeing success in areas including energy savings, pensions enrolment and encouraging job seekers back to work.
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Herd-like copying is how brands spread
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The power of instant meaning for brand decisions
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Turkcell Healthmetre: Tackling Diabetes One Food Pic at a Time
This case study describes how Turkcell, Turkey's largest telecommunications company, tackled a global problem that is particularly acute in Turkey - diabetes - by removing the shroud around the condition and changing inertia into action.
safefood: Reaching the unreachable. Convincing the inconvincible. Persuading all sexually active women, not just those planning a family, to take folic acid daily.
This case study describes how safefood, a public food safety and healthy eating body in Ireland, changed the conversation around the use of folic acid with a digital, educational campaign.
NSW Rural Fire Services: From Apathy to Action
This case study looks at Australia's NSW Fire Service, who brought citizens out of apathy and into action by targeting houses at high risk of bushfire and repositioning action as the inescapable right choice.
Shelter Pet: Start A Story. Adopt
This case study demonstrates how The Shelter Pet Project, a collaboration between the Humane Society of the United States, Maddie's Fund and The Ad Council, used homeless pets online to transform the way America thinks about these pets.
Connecting with consumers: A new way of plugging in: Why empathy is the emotional trailblazer in the world of social media and screens
This paper proposes that empathy is the emotional token necessary to capitalise on the move toward social media and ever increasing screen time.
Behavioural Economics Primer: Loss Aversion
This article provides an overview of the behavioural economics concept of loss aversion, the tendency to feel the pain of loss more than the pleasure of equal gain.
Time is On Our Side: A study of spare time and how we spend it
This paper details the findings of a UK study into how spare time is used, providing three key findings about leisure, undertaken by British Channel 4 to inform its All4 VOD service.
Getting Closer to In The Moment Insights Generation: Combining behavioural data and survey data collection
This paper studies research methods that combine behavioural data and survey data collection, in order to provide a better understanding of product markets.
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