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SPECIAL ISSUE BLOG SERIES: Blog 3 – Behavioural insights teams in practice: nudge missions and methods on trialby policypressblog on October 14, 2020
Special issue blog series on advancing our understanding of the politics behind nudge and the ‘behavioural insights’ trend in public policy. Sarah Ball and […]
Publication | Network Paper | Weak International Economic Cooperation In Response to the COVID-19 Crisison October 2, 2020
This paper analyzes several of the dimensions of weakening multilateralism in the area of economic cooperation during the COVID-19 crisis. Professor José […]
SPECIAL ISSUE BLOG SERIES: Blog 2 – Behavioural insights into what motivates public employees on the front line to respond to reforms championed by elected politiciansby policypressblog on September 23, 2020
Special issue blog series on advancing our understanding of the politics behind nudge and the ‘behavioural insights’ trend in public policy. Don Lee My […]
FORTHCOMING SPECIAL ISSUE BLOG SERIES: Blog 1 – Why Nudge Sometimes Fails: Fatalism and the Problem of Behaviour Changeby policypressblog on September 16, 2020
FORTHCOMING SPECIAL ISSUE BLOG SERIES ON ‘Beyond Nudge: advancing the state-of-the-art of Behavioural Public Policy & Administration’ Tom Entwistle […]
Comparing citizen and policymaker perceptions of deliberative democratic innovationsby policypressblog on September 2, 2020
Vesa Koskimaa and Lauri Rapeli It seems that people are growing increasingly disappointed with how representative democracy functions. A big part of the […]