30 Jun '17, 10am

New blog: Our round up of the fascinating insights from BX2017

New blog: Our round up of the fascinating insights from BX2017

The world’s behavioural experts descend on Singapore for BX2017 June 30, 2017 Samuel Hanes and Aisling Ní Chonaire Over the last couple of days, the Singaporean government hosted 400 practitioners from government, academia and business for the 4th Behavioural Exchange (BX) conference. The aim of the annual conference is to showcase the best examples from around the world of applying behavioural science to public policy. We have picked a few examples below to give you a flavour of the breadth and depth of this year’s conference. Peter Ong, the head of the Singaporean Civil Service, opened BX2017 by praising the dramatic progress of the last decade. He drew attention to BIT and the Ministry of Manpower’s (MOM) trial to increase prudent retirement savings decisions. MOM doubled attendance at retirement planning sessions for those close to retirement using the phrase: “We have...

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