Do wearables really work to help us make positive behavior changes?
Defaults are all around us - from Netflix to Amazon. They can also be used to in healthcare, to prevent health problems and to improve treatment success.
Buying a house is one of the largest financial decisions people make, and like other financial decisions, is not immune from psychological biases.
How can we use behavioral science to reduce over-prescription of antibiotics and improve doctor prescription decisions overall?
How can we help patients make their appointments to get the care they need faster?
Every wonder why it feels easier to pay with credit than cash? There are key differences in how we perceive this spending that influences our behavior.
Embedding behavioral science into personal finance apps can be a game changer in how we spend and save our money.
With BNPL loans now available on multitudes of online purchases, do they really benefit consumers in the long term?
How and why has credit use changed in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic.
BEworks announces the launch of its highly anticipated opening in Mexico – further expanding its reach across Latin America.
Behavioral Economics can help us understand how to manage debt and increase cred-card repayments.
What lessons can we apply from a new game theory experiment on treaty negotiation policies?