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Big day for BEHAVIA: We have teamed up with the Asbar Center for Studies, Research & Communications to form a behavioral insights consultancy exclusively addressing the key priorities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Working hand in hand to deliver the best results for our clients, we are very excited to now provide unique Saudi experience in public policy paired with Behavioral Economic Engineering made in Germany.
Some impressions taken during the official launch event…
For the 17th time, our affiliate Prof. Dr. Johann Graf Lambsdorff and his team are organizing the workshop “The Economics of Corruption”, at the University of Passau. This year’s workshop focusses on “Overcoming Behavioral Impediments to Honesty” and will be held from September 22-29, 2019.
The workshop provides graduate and PhD-students with experimental, behavioral and institutional tools for doing research on corruption and good governance. For further information and registration, please approach http://www.icgg.org.
Further reading on behavioral approaches to increase honesty and integrity:
Our directors Manuel and Julia just came back from a fantastic visit to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, giving a Masterclass in Behavioral Public Policy. This week, Manuel is catching up on “Behavioral Economics and the Seven Deadly Sins”. More to come in June, then focusing on moral decay, procrastination and behavioral labor market insights.
Our Managing Director, Dr. Manuel Schubert, gave a talk on Behavioral Public Policy at the Asbar World Forum in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. With a couple of interactive live-experiments, the event also premiered ClassEx in the Gulf region. Great night with great people and very inspiring discussions!
If you like ice cream and sometimes think you should work out more often, then have a look at BEHAVIA‘s weight-loss contest and let us know what you think.
Designed for a large-scale roll out, it combines motivating social incentives, reinforcement mechanisms and small financial rewards in a fun environment.