Behavioural Economics by Default: Supporting Better Policy Outcomes

IPAA and PM&C present this expert panel to discuss behavioural economics to support better policy outcomes.

IPAA and the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet have partnered to deliver a lunchtime event to discuss Behavioural Economics in the public sector. Our panel of speakers includes representatives from across the field of behavioural economics, including the public service at federal and state level.

The panel will share their views on current and future initiatives, with the conversation to be facilitated by Dr Gordon de Brouwer, IPAA President and Secretary of the Department of the Environment and Energy. 

Professor Michael Hiscox
Behavioural Economics Team (BETA)
Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
Renée Leon PSM
Department of Employment
Mary Ann O'Loughlin AM
Deputy Secretary, Social Policy
NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet
Dr Rory Gallagher
          Managing Director, Asia Pacific          
UK Behavioural Insights Team

We welcome your registration to attend this presentation. We have experienced high levels of interest in recent events. Please register your place early to avoid missing out. If you require assistance with a booking, please contact the IPAA office on 02 6154 9800.

Lunch will be served - table bookings preferred for corporate members
Corporate and individual members - $1,000 for table of 10 or $100 per person
Non-members - $2,000 for table of 10 or $200 per person

This event will be filmed and made available on IPAA's vimeo channel, with the support of contentgroup.

This event is booked out. If you wish to be added to the waitlist please email us. 

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Event Details

Event Date Thursday 24 November 2016
Formalities 12:00 PM to 1:45 PM AEDT
Members Price $100
Non-Members Price $200
Venue Gandel Hall, National Gallery of Australia
All prices are in Australian Dollars and GST inclusive


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