Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Details on new Behavioural Science Ethics Initiative

 πŸ“£ Introducing our Wider World Corporate Behavioural Science Ethics Initiative

🌍 Our Wider World seminars have seen speakers from around the world discuss issues at the heart of the application of behavioural science in public and private settings.

πŸ“‘ One addition to the seminars has been the creation of behavioural science and wider world projects. Each year, groups of students work with faculty and researchers on cutting-edge topics that are converted into white papers and similar.

πŸ“Š One project from this has been the development of the FORGOOD ethics framework for corporate settings, driven by Bishin Ho and Annabel Gillard, and building on the widely used framework developed by Liam Delaney and Leonhard Lades. A further development of this project was selected by LSE Innovation for seed funding to develop a formal initiative in this area.

πŸ™ We are now moving into the next phase of this project, where we are soliciting interest from partners to work with us to develop this framework further in corporate settings. Over the next year, we will build a cohort of approximately 10-12 organisations in the development of tools to improve the ethical application of behavioural science in corporate environments.

β„Ή More information, including likely material and subscription costs, can be found in the linked slidedeck.

πŸ“© If you are interested in learning more, please contact Liam, Bishin or Annabel directly.

πŸ”— Read a blog post about FORGOOD for the private sector: https://lnkd.in/dTGwrfqp
πŸ”— Learn more about the Wider World Initiative: https://lnkd.in/e8A-c-Zj

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