Traditional economic models assume people seize opportunities to improve their position, but this is often not the case. New research explores the mental processes behind these choices.
Build body of evidence
Conduct rigorous research on how psychology shapes economic decision-making.
Share research methods
Provide access to psychological measures and instruments to aid future research.
Talk to policymakers
Spark new policy conversations on using behaviour science in anti-poverty programmes.
Our research is focused on low- and middle-income countries. Click below to find out more about specific research projects and partner organisations.