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What is a ‘policy hack’?

New ways of looking at our complex world can lead to policy hacks with clear and easily identifiable benefits. But do they stand apart from politically-driven reforms? Read More

Economics as an antidote to populism

Economics as a discipline doesn’t concern itself with the vulgar notion of money. Rather, as a way of thinking, economics provides a framework that enables us to examine fundamental truths. Read More

PM’s nudge unit gets into podcasting

The Behavioural Economics Team of the Australian Government has begun podcasting, easing into the format by posting an interview between a staff member and experimental economist Robert Slonim. Read More