Research and analysis

Behavioural remedies: design, testing and lessons learnt

Materials presented at the fourth UKCN consumer remedies project workshop on 22 June 2017.

Documents

The UK's switch to digital TV

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Market research and behavioural science: A match made in heaven or an unholy alliance?

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Behavioural economics in regulated utilities: Anglian Water's experience

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Ofgem – working with energy suppliers to conduct randomised controlled trials

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Working with regulated companies

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Details

The project aims to improve UK Competition Network (UKCN) members’ understanding of the selection, design, testing and evaluation of demand-side remedies.

The first half of this workshop was focused on marketing, market research and behavioural insights. The second half of this workshop was focused on working with regulated companies.

Published 20 July 2017