Behavioural and Economic Sciences
Director: Professor Fabio Tufano
The Behavioural and Economic Sciences (BeES) cluster fosters behavioural and economic knowledge for social impact. It will do so by investigating human behaviour, combining theory and empirics, while leveraging an array of methods including laboratory experiments and randomised controlled trials for scalable interventions.
The cluster takes advantage of in-house expertise to deliver fundamental and applied world-leading research to advance the basic science of human behaviour and translate such knowledge into interventions.
The BeES cluster also fosters research-inspired education. Central to the cluster’s activities is the nourishing of young researchers by supervising doctoral students and mentoring early-career researchers in the area.
The BeES cluster’s ultimate aim is to deliver world-changing behavioural and economic sciences research, which will be inherently interdisciplinarity and focus on generating positive change, and innovation to the benefit, particularly, of the next generation and, more broadly, of society as a whole.
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