On 18 & 19 June 2020, the European Commission and Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) will host the Behavioural Insights Conference in Brussels, Belgium.

This conference will explore the theme Making a lasting change: Behavioural insights for better regulation. It will investigate and provide examples from practitioners and policy makers on the ways in which BI can be applied internally to government in an effort to improve policy design, implementation, monitoring and outcomes. This theme will be explored in regards to both thematic and strategic oriented sessions with behavioural practitioners, policy makers, academics and other interested parties from around the world.

Keynote Speakers  

Elke U. Weber
Professor, Princeton University

George Lowenstein
Professor, Carnegie Mellon University

Topics to be addressed include:

  • BI for climate change
  • Combatting disinformation with behavioural science
  • Connecting BI with the policy-making processes
  • Behavioural government 
  • Insights on consumer financial behaviour
  • Applying behavioural insights to increase tax compliance


Register here