“Introduction to an evidence-based, behavioural science approach to public policy in Finland”
How can psychology and behavioural science be used to improve public policy? Following international success stories such as the Behavioural Insights Team in the UK, Tänk believes that the time has come for Finnish politicians and policy makers to consider how to embed a culture of testing and trialling into policy processes. The seminar organised by Tänk on June 5th brings together internationally renowned researchers and policy makers to discuss the promise of a behavioural approach to public policy in Finland. Read more and enrol here.
Tänk has finished its independent research on life-mastery among the Finns. Publication shares light on the relationship between well-being and self-mastery. Research findings call for putting self-mastery into the core of social and welfare politics. The English summary is available here. The publication itself is only in Finnish. Learn more about self mastery.
Our research on new economic movements Bubbles, Turbulence and Utopias introduces some of the arguably most notable schools of economic thought and economy-related movements outside and beyond the mainstream, with the aim to shed analytical light on the interconnections in this varied and somewhat scattered field. Read more about it.
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