Bridging the Gap: Data, Evidence, and Behavioral Economics in Policy-Making
The purpose of this workshop is to explore how data and behavioral economics can be used to create effective public policies. The workshop will bring together experts who will share their knowledge and engage in live discussions with participants to discuss these topics.
Participants will learn about the latest research in these fields and discuss topics such as nudging, behavioral insights, and the use of big data in policymaking. The workshop aims to provide a hands-on approach, allowing participants to gain a deeper understanding of how data and behavioral economics can be used to create more effective, efficient, and equitable policies.
This workshop is intended for students, policymakers, academics, and industry experts who are interested in the intersection of data and behavioral economics in policy making. Additionally, the workshop will include hands-on exercises and brainstorming activities to apply the principles of behavioral economics and data analysis to specific policy challenges, providing participants with an opportunity to practice applying these concepts to real-world policy challenges.
Note: Please note that we will send out selection emails on a rolling basis. Selected Candidates are required to attend both the sessions to receive a certificate of completion.
Eligibility: Open to all- College students, young professionals, development leaders.
Application Deadline: 11th May’23
Registration Fees: 799/-
Participants will also receive course material, lunch, and tea, as well as networking opportunities with policy professionals. The course is also an opportunity to become a member of the ISPP community.
For any communication or queries, reach out to Manisha at [email protected].