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Behavioural Economics Guide

The website is aims to be a major knowledge broker in the behavioral sciences, particularly behavioral economics and related areas (nudging, behavior change, etc.). The site contains a guide (published annually), a blog, a LinkedIn group, and job board. The site’s mission is to connect people, provide resources, as well as promote the growth and relevance of the discipline. Note that behavioral economics is a specific application of behavioral science. Downloading the guide requires you to enter your email address and sign up for their newsletter.

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  1. The Behavioural Economics Guide is an optimal tool to better understand the concepts that can lie behind complex projects that aim to change or have an impact with a policy or intervention towards the economy. It is very well presented with rich references and sources, and it is free for download at its’ website. Yet, there is a clear limitation when it comes to engage with the user, offering very few case studies that count with dynamic graphs and other ways to transmit a pedagogical message in several ways. Nonetheless it remains a very helpful tool, especially for policy makers interested in getting a clear conceptualization of the field and starting to get diverse references before commencing a project or intervention.

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