|Sector:||Behavioural and experimental economics | Business and industry | Consumer and firm behaviour | International institutions | NGOs and consumer advocacy | Regulators and government|
|Tagged:||consumer behaviour EC/EEA UK|
Presented at a practitioners’ summer workshop this presentation explores how behavioural economics is being used in policy-making and understanding of consumer behaviour in markets. Explains what behavioural experiments are and provides examples of how behavioural studies conducted by London Economics have been used to inform policy making. The presentation then provides guidance on what to consider when commissioning and running behavioural studies.