BIN NL has amassed a huge amount of behavioural knowledge over the past few years. The publications ‘A Wealth of Behavioural Insights (2017 and 2019) show how the use of behavioural science knowledge is implemented in practice as well as what lessons and challenges still lie ahead for the application of behavioural insights within central government. The network has also created an overview of training programmes and courses offered in the field of behavioural insights and their application.
Interested in the behavioural insights derived within central government? BIN NL has issued a number of publications: ‘Rijk aan gedragsinzichten’ (‘A Wealth of Behavioural Insights’), 'Hoe is gedrag te onderzoeken?’ (‘How do you research behaviour'), ‘Zeven behavioural insights tools’ ('Seven behavioural insights tools') and 'Gedragstechnieken voor brieven en e-mails’ ('Behavioural techniques for letters and emails'). We have listed all the publications on the publications page.
Would you like to increase your behavioural knowledge and skills by taking a course, training programme, master class or a study programme, but do not know where to start searching for a suitable study programme? Visit ‘the training database' (The content of this database is only available in Dutch). It contains an overview of the training programmes and courses offered by various market and other parties.
BIN NL will launch an online knowledge bank in the autumn of 2020. The available knowledge will be shared in a clear and accessible manner in the knowledge bank with the aim of demonstrating which behavioural interventions work and do not work.
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