Australia Democracy, devolution and governance

Creating more effective policy through a greater awareness of behavioural economics


Public policy should be simple to understand and follow, but that doesn’t mean that it is easy to get right.This briefing introduces the reader to the basic concepts of behavioural science, their relevance to public policy, and why policy designers need to be thinking about these concepts to be successful.

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