Behavioural Economics and Public Policy

Program Lead: Professor Uwe Dulleck   |   Deputy Program Lead: Dr Stephen Whyte

Public policy is used by governments to bring about change for the benefit of society, the environment and economy. This program applies insights from behavioural economics to influence public policy, co-developing policy interventions and evaluating their effectiveness.

Encouraging Water Compliance within Communities Project

Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy

Social Exchange to Increase Energy Savings

Energy Consumers Australia Limited (2017)

Beefledger

Food Agility CRC

Understanding the 'Two Seat' Journey

Funded by the Department of Transport and Main Roads