The workshop will be dedicated to the interface between behavioural science and public policy. Researchers involved in the empirical estimation of policy effects and in the understanding and shaping of the theoretical principles that inform policy have agreed to present. A key theme of this workshop will be the measurement and data needs and priorities of those conducting policy research and methods through which key measures such as well-being, preference parameters, personality, and biological measures could be integrated into policy research to a greater extent and the advantages that this approach may yield.
The programme will last over 2 days. The first day is explicitly aimed at PhD students. The format will be themed sessions with faculty discussants. The second day is an invited speaker workshop that will address key questions at the interface of policy and the academic literature on behavioural science.
JUNE 26 SCHEDULE
9:00-9:30: Registration & Coffee
9:30-10:15 Professor Liam Delaney (Stirling): "Recent Developments in survey measurement".
10:15-11:00: Dr. Leonhard Lades (Stirling): "Self-Control and Present Bias Preferences".
12:15-13:00: Professor Emla Fitzsimmons (UCL): "Millenium Cohort Study"
14:00-14:45: Professor Gordon Brown (Warwick): “Preference elicitation and the subjective well-being approach to health state valuation.”
14:45-15:30: Professor Wandi Bruine de Bruin (Leeds) "Measuring decision-making competence across the life span"
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