The two day conference aims to showcase the latest insights in nudging theory, policy and practice by combining input from academia, professionals, and policy makers. We practice an interactive format with many opportunities for exchange of ideas in symposia, workshops and debate on important nudge-related themes from various disciplines such as psychology, policy science, ethics, behavioral economics and law.
The program hosts invited workshops on Nudging Ethics, Nudging in Policy Science, Nudge Design, Nudge and the Law (and many more), as well as several themed open symposia on nudging in public health, social behavior and safety, sustainable behavior, education, and financial decision making.
For who is this conference
The conference is aimed at any researcher, professional or policy maker with an interest in questions relating to how behavioral insights contribute to effective policy making. We strive to combine academic insights with practical relevance so as to promote the use of behavioral choice architecture in various important policy domains. We also aim to encourage debate about how policy making taking into account behavioral insights promotes better individual decision making and the welfare of society as a whole. Start-ups and small companies that work on translating theoretical nudge concepts into practical designs will be invited to present their work at the conference.
Program and speakers
Please have a look at the WINK – The NUDGE Conference website, here you can find the latest news, program and key note speakers