Online experiments (or A/B testing) are becoming very popular in several areas. Companies use A/B testing to incrementally improve their interface and customer experience (e.g., Google, Amazon, Facebook, Booking.com); academics from different fields run research to advance knowledge about human behaviour; online advertisers run several version of an ad to see which one attracts more […]
Here I maintain a list of several podcasts about behavioural economics, behavioural science, nudge, decision making and all around these topics. The list is not complete but feel free to suggest more at the bottom of the page. Enjoy listening. Podcasts on behavioural economics/ science And more podcasts Single Episodes on Behavioural Science Here I […]
A great way to get introduced to concepts and applications of behavioral economics, nudging, behavioural insights, and in behavioural science in general, is to sign up for an online course. That is actually how I got introduced to these disciplines before deciding to attend a full MSc. Here you can find a list that I […]
This playlist of videos, recently released by the behavioural economics team in the Australian Prime Minister’s department, covers almost the entire BX2018 event. On the following playlist, videos are grouped by plenary sessions and then by the four journeys. You can see the index of the videos, speakers, and a description of the four journeys […]
BX2017 brings together leading academics, policy makers and practitioners to share how behavioural insights can create sound policies for an inclusive society. Conference material available here.
This little tutorial on Zotero and Zotero Add-ons, will show how I have set up Zotero to store files in a separate folder, the procedure to create entries from one or many PDF’s articles, retrieving information on the PDFs, and finally renaming original files. I wrote this guide mostly for myself (to remember the configuration […]