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04/20/2017 - 04/20/2017 | Berlin

Behavioural policy making in the Netherlands

The next instalment of the Behavioral Insights Series at the Hertie School with Eva van den Broek (Wageningen Economic Research). Moderation: Christian Traxler (Professor of Economics, Hertie School of Governance).

Eva van den Broek is a senior researcher and business developer at Wageningen Economic Research, where she advises policy makers and companies on how to implement behavioural insights and experimental methods. Since 2004, van den Broek has been running and supervising lab and field experiments on sustainable labelling, risk communication, cooperation and trust, food marketing, nudging, food waste, communication, process optimisation and energy efficiency. In 2014, she joined the Behavioural Insights team at the Dutch Ministry of Economics. Eva van den Broek has a PhD in experimental economics and theoretical biology from the University of Amsterdam and a MSc in artificial intelligence. She regularly publishes about behavioural economics in Dutch newspapers and science blogs.

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04/20/2017 18:00 - 04/20/2017 19:30

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Hertie School of Governance
Forum, 1st floor
Friedrichstraße 180
10117 Berlin

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Economics / business administration, Media and communication sciences, Politics, Social studies

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