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Retention and Success in Maths and English: A Practitioner Guide to Applying Behavioural Insights

Four principles policymakers and practitioners can implement to improve retention and success rates.

EAST – Cuatro maneras simples de aplicar las ciencias del comportamiento

Nos complace presentar la traducción al español de nuestro marco metodológico principal EAST: Cuatro maneras simples de aplicar las ciencias del comportamiento.

Why do parents bring children with minor illness to emergency and urgent care departments?

Literature review and report of fieldwork in North West London

Using Data Science in Policy

The first report from BIT's Data Science team

Evaluating the Nest Learning Thermostat

Four field experiments evaluating the energy saving potential of Nest's Smart Heating Control

The Behavioural Insights Team Update Report 2016-17

This report sets out the latest findings from the Behavioural Insights Team and its global partners between September 2016 and August 2017.

Improving engagement with pension decisions: The results from three randomised controlled trials

A report prepared by the Behavioural Insights Team for the Government’s Pension Wise service

A review of optimism bias, planning fallacy, sunk cost bias and groupthink in project delivery and organisational decision making

A literature review to accompany our full report, An Exploration of Behavioural Biases in Project Delivery at the Department for Transport

An Exploration of Potential Behavioural Biases in Project Delivery in the Department for Transport

This report looks into how behavioural biases might affect decision-making and delivery of projects within the Department for Transport, and how to overcome them.

Children in need: Project Crewe

In 2014, the Department for Education funded the Social Work Innovation Fund, which aimed to encourage new thinking in how children’s services support young people. The Behavioural Insights Team have conducted an evaluation of one pilot funded through the Innovation Fund, Project Crewe.