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Welcome to The Network for Integrated Behavioural Science

The Network for Integrated Behavioural Science (NIBS) is a partnership among the Universities of Nottingham, Warwick and East Anglia.  It is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) until December 2016. 

We are a cross-disciplinary group of researchers who develop and test models of human behaviour and behavioural change, and draw out their implications for the formulation and evaluation of public policy. Some of our latest outputs are available here.  

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Latest news

Keynote Videos from NIBS2016 Now Available

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watch the action from the latest NIBS conference
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05/05/2016

NIBS is hosting an exchange visit 15 to 18 May

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with the University of Konstanz
Date:
27/04/2016

Nick Chater announded as new CCC member

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Nick is a NIBS Co-Investigator from the University of Warwick
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08/04/2016

The societies we live in can influence how honest we are

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New research by Simon Gaechter and Jonathan Schulz
Date:
16/03/2016

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Events

The programme is now available for our forthcoming 'internal workshop' taking place 14-16 September 2016 at the University of Warwick.

We are delighted to be supporting FUR2016 which will take place at the University of Warwick 27-30 June 2016. More details here

We hope you enjoyed our NIBS 2016 conference (4-6 April) hosted by the University of East Anglia.  You can still view the programme on our conference website.

Many thanks to colleagues who helped make our September 2015 'internal workshop' a huge success. The programme is still available online

Our 2015 public conference took place from 21 to 23 April 2015 at the University of Nottingham.  The programme can be viewed on our NIBS 2015 conference page

Our 2014 public event (6 to 8 May) showcased the work of  researchers under the theme of 'household financial decision making and behaviour'. We also hosted two engaging plenary speakers. The event programme is available. 

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The Centre for Decision Research and Experimental Economics (CeDEx) hosts a regular workshop programme. It also has an active Discussion Paper Series.

More about bidding for NIBS funds

From Our Partners

New website for behavioural science at Warwick

Read 'news and views' from the Behavioural Design Lab - a collaboration between Warwick Business School and the Design Council.

Working Papers from the Centre for Behavioural and Experimental Social Science (CBESS) at the University of East Anglia.

Intranet Portal  (log-in required)

 

Blog


NIBS 2016 conference: Assessing well-being when preferences are incoherent
From 4 to 6 April, the Centre for Behavioural and Experimental Social Sciences (CBESS) at the University of East Anglia hosted the 2016 NIBS international conference on the topic of ‘Assessing well-being when preferences are incoherent’. This was a major event with more than 130 delegates from many parts of the world. The conference topic ...

The relationship between preference and choice
How should we understand the relationships between people’s preferences, people’s choices, and the values people assign to objects of choice? This was the topic of a recent NIBS mini-workshop which took place between 18 and 20 April 2016 in Potsdam, Berlin.  Joining NIBS colleagues from Warwick, Nottingham and East Anglia were colleagues from our international ...

The behavioural economics of parkrun by Ted Turocy
Last week, Stoke Gifford Parish Council voted to institute a £1 per runner charge on the parkrun (http://www.parkrun.org.uk) event held at Little Stoke Park in Bristol, citing, among other factors, the maintenance costs imposed on the park by the 200 or more participants who run, jog, or walk 5km as part of the event each ...

 

 

NIBS - Network for Integrated Behavioural Science

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