Australia Climate action and sustainable development , Communities and society

The role for behavioural science in strengthening public policy: A cycling case study

Summary

the second in a two-part series looking at the concept of behavioural science and its relevance to public policy, this briefing unpacks a few of the more common heuristics and biases that people regularly encounter, and applies them to a case study that looks at cycling uptake.

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