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In this episode, Sarah and Merle speak with Erik Angner (Professor of Practical Philosophy at Stockholm University). We talk about Erik's experience of interdisciplinary work, what philosophers can teach economists, the importance of asserting implicit assumptions, and the over-confidence of economists! Erik totally blows our minds this episode wit…
 
On this episode of the QB pod, Sarah and Merle invite Chris Cornthwaite (Roostervane) about how to transition from the PhD to a career outside of academia ("AltAc"), and why the grass may in fact be greener on the other side. We talk about the transferability of skills, the social capital of a PhD, and the pitfalls of academia. You'll enjoy this on…
 
In this episode, Sarah and Merle chat with Nick Mishkin (@Behavior2020) about sales, mental health and wellbeing, and how behavioural science can link it all together. Nick is currently based in Tel Aviv studying Behavioural Economics at IDC Herzliya - his focus is on the application of behavioural economics to sales and finance. Finding Nick: Beha…
 
In this episode of Questioning Behaviour Sarah and Merle talk to behavioural science legend Cristina Bicchieri about her work in behavioural science, applying behavioural science to changing behaviours through the application of social norms, all over the world! FInding Cristina: University of Pennsylvania: https://philosophy.sas.upenn.edu/people/c…
 
In this episode of Questioning Behaviour, Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker speak with Michael (Mike) Barbera, Chief Behavioural Officer at Clicksuasion. They talk about his young start as an entrepreneur, the ever-changing online environment, shoving, consumer loops, the replication crisis not really being that big of a deal, and IKEA designing …
 
In this episode of Questioning Behaviour Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker speak with Tyfone's Josh DeTar. We talk about the traditional banking system and its competitors in community and neo-banking. Additionally, we wonder what it's going to take to "compensate" people for their time during the pandemic. Are we all going to end up in the roari…
 
In this episode of the QB pod, Sarah and Merle speak with Erica Vandergaal about behavioural science and what it tells us about our relationship with money! Erica is an author, (Merle's favourite) journalist, and public speaker, she has been talking and speaking mostly in Dutch, about everything people do with money and what money does with people …
 
In this episode, Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker speak with the wonderful Dilip Soman about professional identity, the behaviorally informed organisation, and his work at BEAR (Behavioural Economics in Action at Rotman). We get into the power of metaphors, how to improve the way we communicate behavioural science, and how to get around the "RCT…
 
In this episode, Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker speak with the remarkable Elizabeth Linos about her pioneering work into the drivers and mechanisms of "burn-out". We discuss what a behavioural science intervention to target burnout can look like and what it tells us about the potential of behavioural science to alleviate the instances and effe…
 
In this episode, Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker invite Matej Sucha (CEO of MINDWORX) onto the podcast to discuss being a CEO of a behavioural science consultancy and what it means to have a behavioural mindset. We discuss how we might improve existing behavioural science training programmes, and why the discussion of "ethical behavioural scien…
 
In this episode of Questioning Behaviour, Sarah and Merle speak with Christina Gravert about the potential of nudges, new evidence about the effectiveness of reminders, and a framework to understand the difference between moral and pure nudges. There is so much insight to be gained from this episode, and Christina's incredible research! Christina i…
 
In this episode of the QB pod, Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker meet Torben Emmerling - the Founder and Managing Partner of Affective Advisory, and Board Member of the Global Association of Applied Behavioural Scientists (GAABS). We learn all about Torben's journey into behavioural science, what it's like to set up your own behavioural science c…
 
In this episode, Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker invite Jo Evershed (Creator of Gorilla Experiment Builder) to discuss innovation in online experiments, and the challenge of democratising behavioural science. Finding Jo & links to Gorilla: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jo-evershed-36bba9/?originalSubdomain=uk Twitter: https://twitter.co…
 
In this episode of Questioning Behaviour, we speak with Peter Judodihardjo of the PetesBITs YouTube channel! We dive into the behavioural science of YouTube and get a guided tour through some of Pete's favourite PetesBITs episodes so far deconstructing insights from behavioural science and psychology (including the stereotype threat phenomenon). Fi…
 
In today's episode of Questioning Behaviour, Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker question Koen Smets, also known as Koenfucius or the "accidental behavioural economist". We discuss how to invoke making change within an organisation, and why it's so damn difficult! We also digress into a behavioural conversation about time and the perceptions and il…
 
In this episode of Questioning Behaviour, Merle and Sarah interview Amy Bucher, to talk about behavioural design. In our discussion, we begin to ponder life's big questions such as: what does it mean to design like a behavioural scientist? How and when should behavioural insights be used when designing products, tools, and systems? We also open the…
 
In this episode, Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker talk to Kelly Paxton (fraud expert, podcast hero, and hashtag extraordinaire). We figure out what makes this type of crime "pink" (as opposed to "white" or "blue"!), discuss why this type of criminal behaviour occurs, and ask what we can do to nip it in the bud! Join us, as we dare to question so…
 
Welcome to Episode 31 of the Questioning Behaviour Podcast! On this episode, Merle and Sarah interview friend of the show Christian Hunt once more, regarding a previous episode (episode 28). The conversation goes back to the "mistake of the month" example from the previous episode, what it means to signal and report mistakes, and the differences in…
 
In this episode, Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker speak with David Perrott about taking a more individualised "do-it-yourself" approach to applying behavioural science! We ponder how best to empower individuals to become their own behavioural architects; harnessing behavioural science insights and self-experimentation to improve wellbeing and su…
 
In this episode, Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker are delighted to speak with Dr Neela Saldanha. We get to talk to Neela about her behavioural science journey and destinations, how behavioural science is being innovated in the Global South, and the challenge of broadening the practice and application of behavioural science. Listen in the hear ab…
 
In this episode, Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker speak with Christian Hunt about how to encourage and support people to "follow the rules"! We discuss the ethics of compliance, the inevitability of human error, and how behavioural science can help us to design better systems and processes for humans. Christian is the founder of Human Risk (http…
 
In this episode, Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker speak with Professor Abigail Sussman (University of Chicago Booth School of Business) about the behavioural science of money management and financial wellbeing. We loved speaking with Abby about her research and experience. The first time we recorded our conversation our technology failed us (nig…
 
Happy new year and welcome to Season 2 of the Questioning Behaviour Podcast! In this episode, Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker talk to Samuel Salzer. The conversation takes many interesting twists and turns including: whether the field of behavioural science is becoming more homogenous, whether it’s “easier” for behavioural scientists now. How o…
 
Questioning Behaviour is the podcast in which Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker talk about all things behavioural science and sometimes even PhD! In this episode, Sarah and Merle review 2020. Going through the research that was given life thanks to the pandemic, working from home, changes in the PhD, the surge of WEIRD, diversity and awareness of…
 
In this episode, we bring you the second half of our conversation with Colin Camerer! Sarah and Merle discover the 3 behavioural topics that have captured Colin's imagination, so much so, he tells us he won't be working on anything else! Finding Colin Camerer http://camerergroup.caltech.edu/ @CFCamerer (https://twitter.com/CFCamerer?s=20) Questioni…
 
In this episode, Sarah Bowen and Merle Van Den Akker interview Colin Camerer about how he became interested in behavioural science and neuroscience, what it was like to be a part of the BeSci inner circle in the early days, and discuss some innovative and creative experiments in and around the field. Tune in next week to hear the rest of the conver…
 
In this episode, Sarah Bowen and Merle Van Den Akker talk to Rory Sutherland. The conversation takes many interesting twists and turns including: How does innovative thinking and knowledge accumulation differ in business compared to academia? What is the problem with data (particularly big data)? Why did it take a pandemic for people to start worki…
 
Finding Wim Steemers: Rosevalley family funds: https://rosevalleyfunds.com/about-us/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/wimsteemers/?originalSubdomain=au Links mentioned: “The End of Behavioral Finance” by Richard H. Thaler: https://www.jstor.org/stable/4480205?seq=1 Questioning Behaviour Socials: Facebook: @QBpodcast (https://www.facebook.com/Q…
 
In this episode, QB co-hosts Sarah Bowen and Merle Van Den Akker invite Professor Paul Dolan (London School of Economics) on the pod to discuss the behavioural science of happiness and wellbeing. We discuss the implications of a prescriptive approach to happiness maximisation in a policy context, how to define and measure happiness, and the ways in…
 
Finding Nick Hobson: Twitter: https://twitter.com/nickmhobson?lang=en Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nick-hobson-phd-07b15ab0/?originalSubdomain=ca Check out Nick’s podcast “It’s all just a bunch of BS” : https://www.behaviorist.biz/bspodcast Website: https://www.behaviorist.biz/ Links mentioned: Bridge study and the misattribution of arousa…
 
Check out Elspeth and Michael’s new book “Behavioral Insights (The MIT Press Essential Knowledge series)”: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B084V8CQLY/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1 Michael’s twitter: https://twitter.com/mhallsworth Elspeth’s twitter: https://twitter.com/Karminker Questioning Behaviour Socials: Facebook: @QBpodcast (https:…
 
In this episode of Office Hours Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker discuss the importance of role models in their decisions to begin PhDs, the stereotypes associated with being an “academic”, and diversity and inclusion (or the lack thereof) within universities. Links you should check out after listening: Angela Saini “Superior: The return of race…
 
In this episode, Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker discuss the future of behavioural science in banking and financial wellbeing with Nathalie Spencer.Nathalie is a behavioural scientist and author of Good Money. Nathalie currently works as a behavioural scientist at the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) where she explores financial decision ma…
 
Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker discuss their different approaches to learning and teaching behavioural science with Bruce Rigal. In this episode, we share our experiences in the classroom, and how insights from behavioural science can be applied to improve learning. Bruce runs the Business and Law school at St. Mary's University in Twickenham,…
 
Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker interview Nurit Nobel on how behavioural science is applied in both academia and industry, and why she decided to go back into academia, doing her PhD, whilst having a very successful career in industry!Nurit has 10+ years of experience in marketing and strategy consulting working with top Swedish and internation…
 
Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker invite Tim and Kurt (the hosts of the Behavioral Grooves podcast), to discuss the life and origins of the Behavioral Grooves podcast, the perks of behavioural science podcasting, and the future of behavioural science! Tim Houlihan is the founder and chief behavioural strategist at BehaviorAlchemy, and a musician …
 
Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker interview Johanna Rickne, on sexual harassment and gender (in)equality in the labour market. Finding Johanna: TEDx Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCcX9TtdvWU Twitter: https://twitter.com/johannarickne Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/johanna-rickne-8399679/?originalSubdomain=se Own site: https://sites…
 
In this episode of Office Hours Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker discuss how their PhD training programs, the mandatory courses and the education they received. They also talk about additional trainin they had to themselves, to succeed within the PhD. They discuss the value of both the mandatory and the optional trainings, with mixed results for…
 
Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker interview Aline Holzwarth on how behavioural science is applied to health and digital health interventions.Aline Holzwarth is an applied behavioural scientist, specializing in digital health research and scientifically informed product design. She is Head of Behavioral Science at Pattern Health and co-founded the…
 
In this episode of Office Hours Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker discuss how you pick a PhD supervisor(s), how you can maintain a good relationship with your supervisor(s), be clear about what you want/need, and have the best experience within the PhD. ** The Office Hours series is part of the Questioning Behaviour podcast in which Sarah and Mer…
 
Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker interview Kelly Peters about the gap between behavioural science in academia and business. Kelly Peters is the CEO and co-founder of BEWorks, a company dedicated to bringing the world of business into an age of scientific enlightenment. Who better to discuss the boundaries and gaps between knowledge production in…
 
In this episode of Office Hours Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker discuss why the PhD is not enough by itself and what a PhD (in our experience) won't teach you.Stay tuned for tips and truths on how to get the right experience out of your PhD, and where to find additional resources to teach yourself what you need to know! Link to Alexandre Truc (…
 
In this episode, Sarah Bowen and Merle Van Den Akker discuss the many challenges of public policy and behavioural insights with Prof Nick Chater. We talk COVID-19 UK response, an open letter penned to the UK government by hundreds of behavioural scientists, and climate change. Nick Chater is a professor at the Warwick Business School since 2010. He…
 
Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker interview Matt Johnson on how behavioural science is applied to marketing, and the domain of neuromarketing.Matt Johnson is the Professor of Consumer Neuroscience & Neuromarketing at Hult International Business School. His research specializes in the application of neuroscience and psychology to the business worl…
 
Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker dive into their own experiences of going to conferences, having to network and what has changed now that everything has moved online. Stay tuned for tips and truths on how to network, how to present and how to make the most of the conference experience! ** The Office Hours series is part of the Questioning Behavi…
 
Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker interview Emily Roberts on how to best manage your personal finances during a PhD, whether in behavioural science or not!Emily Roberts received a PhD in biomedical engineering from Duke University in 2014 and has been writing and teaching about personal finance since 2011. She is the founder of the websites Grad …
 
Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker interview Greg Davies on how behavioural science is applied to investing, and the role of risk profiling.Greg Davies is the Behavioural Science Lead at Oxford Risk, where he works at improving decisions through behavioural science: behavioural finance; investment suitability; risk profiling; decision support tool…
 
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