Article - Jason Boh
Carefully chosen and tested behavioural interventions can complement traditional policy tools in cultivating more environmentally friendly habits and actions.
Article - Do Hoang Van Khanh
Data Science tools are likely to revolutionise policymaking, but human intervention is still key to success
Article - Leong Wai Yan
Understand why people are not acting and responding in a timely manner allows government agencies to implement nudges that can slightly improve compliance rates.
Article - Chew Ling, Vasuki Utravathy, Vanessa Tan
Nudges have been shown to help Singaporeans form healthier habits and make more informed lifestyle choices.
Article - Leonard Chen
More targeted approaches could address rising public expectations of service, and enhance policy outcomes.
Article - Kok Ping Soon
What does the use of behavioural insights mean for public policymaking and service delivery in Singapore? A practitioner shares his views.
Article - Heng Ju-Li
Taking on a new advisory role, the Public Transport Council finds keeping an open mind and engaging diverse views makes for more balanced and useful recommendations.
Article - Sharon Tham, Yap Jun Liang
A randomised field trial has helped identify key habits and motivations of concession bus riders.
Article - Yee Lai Fong
The successful year-long celebrations strengthened the Public Service’s capacity to engage with its partners in new, collaborative ways that bode well for the future.