20 November 2019 from 14:00 to 17:00

Masterclass Stream Institutions and Behavior by Sander van der Linden, Cambridge University

During this masterclass, we will discuss how research may contribute to the further development of the concept of prosocial nudges and their eventual implementation into public policies.

Target audience:

PhD students and postdocs working on the topic of behavioral insights for public policy from various disciplines, including public administration, psychology, behavioral economics, communication science, and law. Senior researchers and professionals working in behavioral insight units at the national and local level are also welcome to attend.

Submit Abstracts

People who would like to discuss their work are invited to submit a 1-page abstract. Selected abstracts will be presented during 10-min blitz presentations, followed by expert feedback from Sander van der Linden and plenary discussion.
Proposals for presentations will be evaluated according to relevance for the topic of prosocial nudges. Abstract requirements: max 250 words in which you describe the objective, results and implications of your research.

Submit your abstract before October 25 by sending an e-mail to D.T.D.deRidder@uu.nl. Your will be notified by November 1 about acceptance of your abstract.

Note that only a maximum of 25 participants is allowed.

Sander van der Linden. Source: Twitter / @Sander_vdLinden

About Sander van der Linden

Sander van der Linden is University Lecturer in Social Psychology in the Department of Psychology at the University of Cambridge and Director of the Cambridge Social Decision-Making Lab. His research interests include social influence, attitudes, persuasion, human judgment and decision-making and the psychology of risk and social communication. In 2017, Sander van der Linden was named a Rising Star by the Association for Psychological Science. In 2019, he received the Sage Early Career Award from the Society for Personality and Social Psychology.

Start date and time
20 November 2019 14:00
End date and time
20 November 2019 17:00