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Beyond Nudge: Advancing the State-of-the-Art of Behavioural Public Policy & Administration
With nudge playing a key part in policymaking during the pandemic, we felt that our readers would find a free preview of this special issue valuable. Read the pre-prints from this special issue for free until 31 December.
The guest editors, Benjamin Ewert, Kathrin Loer and Eva Thomann have assembled a group of articles that situate Behavioural Public Policy beyond the narrow scope of psychology and behavioural economics. Instead, they develop a broader framework of behavioural approaches drawn from across the social sciences.
Beyond nudge: advancing the state-of-the-art of behavioural public policy and administration
Benjamin Ewert, Kathrin Loer, and Eva Thomann
Advancing Behavioural Public Policies: In pursuit of a more comprehensive concept
Benjamin Ewert and Kathrin Loer
A behavioural model of heuristics and biases in frontline policy implementation
Alice Moseley and Eva Thomann
Behavioural insights teams in practice: nudge missions and methods on trial
Sarah Ball & Brian W. Head
Can street-level bureaucrats be nudged to increase effectiveness in welfare policy?
Emilio Paolo Visintin et al.
What motivates street-level bureaucrats to implement the reforms of elected politicians?
Don S. Lee and Soonae Park
How can better monitoring, reporting and evaluation standards advance behavioural public policy?
Sarah Cotterill and Peter John, and Marie Johnston
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