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Peter John - Changing Behaviour - GlobalNet21

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Published on Jul 31, 2012

Francis Sealey asks Peter John his reaction to tonight's event about the role of government in changing our behaviour.

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Peter John joined UCL in September 2011 as Professor of Political Science and Public Policy. He was previously the Hallsworth Chair of Governance at the University of Manchester, where he directed the Institute of Political and Economic Governance. He holds a D. Phil from the University of Oxford. He has overseen a project that uses experiments to study civic participation in public policy, with the aim of finding out what governments and other public agencies can do to encourage citizens to carry out acts of collective benefit. This work comes together in a book with Bloomsbury Academic, Nudge, Nudge, Think, Think: Using Experiments to Change Civic Behaviour published on 26 August 2011. He is planning to carry out more randomised controlled trails to test how the provision of social information can influence citizen behaviour.Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)

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