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The Behavioural Insights Limited (BIT) is now fully owned by Nesta. For more information, visit the Behavioural Insights Team website .
Test, Learn, Adapt is a paper which the Behavioural Insights Team is publishing in collaboration with Ben Goldacre and David Torgerson.
First published during the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
Applying behavioural insight to health, a discussion paper written by the behavioural insights team in the Cabinet Office.
A randomised controlled trial measured how successful different approaches were in encouraging more people to join the Organ Donor Register.
Research that provides an insight into how advertising all jobs part-time had an effect on the gender balance of applicants.
The behavioural insights team has published a report setting out how we can use behavioural insights to help people save energy and money.
The Minister for Women and Equalities calls for flexible working to be normalised.
A new campaign to raise awareness of organ donation and boost the numbers of registered organ donors launches with support from celebrities.
The behavioural insights team has published a paper on fraud, debt and error.
Sets out what the government and others can do to help increase consumer power in a rapidly changing and demanding economy.
Research from the Behavioural Insights Team, or Nudge Unit, shows how charity donations can be increased by using behavioural sciences.
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