Resources:



    • B-Hub projects are behavioral solutions to tough problems. Backed by rigorous testing in the real world, each project includes a summary detailing how these tools have been successfully applied, so others can use the strategy for impact.

    • BSPA serves as an information hub, and community builder- connecting individuals and organizations through their conferences, spotlight workshops, task-forces, and the publication of newsletters and behavioral science & policy.

    • The Behavioral Scientist is a non-profit online magazine that offers readers original, thought-provoking reports from the front lines of behavioral science. 


    • The Behavioral Insights Team (BIT) is a social purpose company, whose objectives are: making public services more cost-effective and easier for citizens to use; improving outcomes by introducing a more realistic model of human behavior to policy; and wherever possible, enabling people to make ‘better choices for themselves’.

    • They grew out of research programs in psychology and economics at top academic institutions, and their work draws on decades of experimental scientific research. They use these insights to design scalable ways to improve programs, policies and products in the real world.



Affiliates:

The Science of Philanthropy Initiative (SPI), a research and outreach project that utilizes rigorous quantitative methods and partnerships with the philanthropic community to explore the motivations behind charitable giving.