The Origins of Behavioural Public Policy

Hosted by the Department of Social Policy

Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building,


Professor Nick Chater

Professor Patrick Dunleavy

Lord O'Donnell


Dr Adam Oliver

The event will launch Adam Oliver’s new book, The Origins of Behavioural Public Policy.

Nick Chater (@NickJChater) is Professor of Behavioural Science at Warwick Business School.

Patrick Dunleavy (@PJDunleavy) is Professor of Political Science and Public Policy at LSE.

Gus O’Donnell has been non-Executive Chairman of Frontier (Europe) since October 2013.

Adam Oliver (@1969ajo) is Associate Professor in the Department of Social Policy.

From 6-6.30pm there will be a drinks reception outside of the venue.

The Department of Social Policy (@LSESocialPolicy) is the longest established in the UK. The Department prides itself in being able to offer teaching based on the highest quality empirical research in the field. 

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