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Behavioural Social Sciences and Policy Making

  Add to Calendar 2020-05-11 9:00 2020-05-15 18:00 Europe/Paris Behavioural Social Sciences and Policy Making

This three-day Executive Training Seminar, offered at the European University Institute, is a collaborative effort of the School of Transnational Governance and EUI-CIBER.

MODULES, LECTURES and ACTIVITIES

Three-day Executive Training Seminar

The three-day spring school consists of policy-relevant lectures, keynotes, and case study modules. Lectures: Professors of the European University Institute and invited guests teach the essential knowledge that is important for understanding how information from Behavioural Social Sciences can inform policy and policy-making.

Keynotes: A key academic expert and a key practitioner present recent developments in the area of their expertise.

Case Study Modules: Experts describe a policy-relevant case and present insights from research for addressing the question in practice.

Modules:

1. Policy Interventions that Fit: Behavioural Social Sciences and Policy Design Policy question: How can we use insights from behavioural social sciences to design interventions?

2. Making Tools Work: Mechanism Design for Public Policy Policy question: How can the government design a mechanism that works in achieving policy objectives?

Additional two-day Module

The additional two-day module offers a practice-oriented hands-on experience in ‘Designing and Executing an Experiment’. Designing and Executing an Experiment: A selection of participants form groups, specify a policy question and design an experiment to address this question.

Admission to the additional module is limited. Priority will be given to applicants who also apply to the Executive Training Seminar.

Fees: 

Participants can sign up for the three-day spring school at a fee of 1,950 €.

It is also possible to attend one module of the three-day ETS only (Policy Design or Mechanism Design) at a fee of 1,250 €.

The additional two-day module (Thursday and Friday) can be followed at a fee of 950€.

This includes all activities, daily lunch, one joint dinner, and a book on the topic.Travel and accommodation are not included in the fees.

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This three-day Executive Training Seminar, offered at the European University Institute, is a collaborative effort of the School of Transnational Governance and EUI-CIBER.

MODULES, LECTURES and ACTIVITIES

Three-day Executive Training Seminar

The three-day spring school consists of policy-relevant lectures, keynotes, and case study modules. Lectures: Professors of the European University Institute and invited guests teach the essential knowledge that is important for understanding how information from Behavioural Social Sciences can inform policy and policy-making.

Keynotes: A key academic expert and a key practitioner present recent developments in the area of their expertise.

Case Study Modules: Experts describe a policy-relevant case and present insights from research for addressing the question in practice.

Modules:

1. Policy Interventions that Fit: Behavioural Social Sciences and Policy Design Policy question: How can we use insights from behavioural social sciences to design interventions?

2. Making Tools Work: Mechanism Design for Public Policy Policy question: How can the government design a mechanism that works in achieving policy objectives?

Additional two-day Module

The additional two-day module offers a practice-oriented hands-on experience in ‘Designing and Executing an Experiment’. Designing and Executing an Experiment: A selection of participants form groups, specify a policy question and design an experiment to address this question.

Admission to the additional module is limited. Priority will be given to applicants who also apply to the Executive Training Seminar.

Fees: 

Participants can sign up for the three-day spring school at a fee of 1,950 €.

It is also possible to attend one module of the three-day ETS only (Policy Design or Mechanism Design) at a fee of 1,250 €.

The additional two-day module (Thursday and Friday) can be followed at a fee of 950€.

This includes all activities, daily lunch, one joint dinner, and a book on the topic.Travel and accommodation are not included in the fees.

APPLY!


Location:
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Affiliation:
School of Transnational Governance

Type:
Executive Training Seminar

Contact:
Silvia Dell'Acqua (School of Transnational Governance) - Send a mail

Organiser:
Prof. Michèle Belot ((EUI - Department of Economics))
Prof. Arthur Schram (Department of Economics, EUI / UvA)
Prof. Dr. Gaby Umbach

Attachment:
Final Programme Executive Training on Behavioural Social Science and Policy Making
Trainers' Biographies

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