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Volume 49, Number 1, January 2021
Beyond nudge: advancing the state-of-the-art of behavioural public policy and administration. Guest edited by Benjamin Ewert, Kathrin Loer and Eva Thomann

Editorial

Free Content Beyond nudge: advancing the state-of-the-art of behavioural public policy and administration
pp. 3-23(21)
Authors: Ewert, Benjamin; Loer, Kathrin; Thomann, Eva

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Advancing behavioural public policies: in pursuit of a more comprehensive concept
pp. 25-47(23)
Authors: Ewert, Benjamin; Loer, Kathrin

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A behavioural model of heuristics and biases in frontline policy implementation
pp. 49-67(19)
Authors: Moseley, Alice; Thomann, Eva

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Behavioural insights teams in practice: nudge missions and methods on trial
pp. 105-120(16)
Authors: Ball, Sarah; Head, Brian W.

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Can street-level bureaucrats be nudged to increase effectiveness in welfare policy?
pp. 121-139(19)
Authors: Visintin, Emilio Paolo; Bonvin, Jean-Michel; Varone, Frédéric; Butera, Fabrizio; Lovey, Max; Rosenstein, Emilie

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How can better monitoring, reporting and evaluation standards advance behavioural public policy?
pp. 161-179(19)
Authors: Cotterill, Sarah; John, Peter; Johnston, Marie

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