The Centre works within five research programs, each building on proven performance but striking out in new directions, and each co-led by a small group of Chief Investigators, with active participation from other Fellows and HDR students on specific projects.
Behavioural Economics and Public Policy
Behavioural Change and Social Marketing
Behavioural Economics of Non-Market Interactions
Biomedical Innovation and Behavioural Change
Trust and Behaviour in the Digital Economy
Decision Making and Biases in Agriculture and Resources