By: Charles Price, Deputy Director at HM Treasury, United Kingdom In a recent talk at the UCL Institute of Innovation and Public Purpose, Brian Eno said “I like bureaucrats…They get a bad deal because they don't look as glamorous as artists. But actually what they're doing is stabilising knowledge, keeping things running, and sometimes innovating … Continue reading The knowledge economy, intangible assets and public wealth
Category: Behavioural economics
Behavioural Economics – What impact for public policy?
Behavioural Economics plays an increasingly important role in the design of public policy worldwide. OECD On The Level talks with Faisal Naru and Filippo Cavassini of the OECD on some of the latest developments in this ground-breaking discipline. With Bill Below.