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Seven Points to Remember when Conducting Behavioural Studies in Support of EU Policy-Making

Seven Points to Remember when Conducting Behavioural Studies in Support of EU Policy-Making

 

The contribution “Seven Points to Remember when Conducting Behavioural Studies in Support of EU Policy-Making” by van Bavel, Rodríguez-Priego and Maghiros (2015) claims that the application of behavioural insights in policy-making in the European Union (EU) is on the rise. The authors also state that these insights are frequently provided by specific studies. Because of this trend, the Joint Research Centre (JRC) published a guide, which is structured around seven points. It represents vital guidance for interested parties who are planning a behavioural study.

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Reference

van Bavel, R., Rodríguez-Priego, N., & Maghiros, I. (2015). Seven Points to Remember when Conducting Behavioural Studies in Support of EU Policy-making (No. JRC96525). Institute for Prospective and Technological Studies, Joint Research Centre. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.

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