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Welcome to the Behavioural Insights (BI) Wiki, a resource for BI enthusiasts and experts, including students and alumni of UBC’s Behavioural Insights courses and programs!

The wiki is maintained by UBC Decision Insights for Business & Society (UBC-DIBS).
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  • Calling DIBS Ep 75: Questioning Assumptions to Understand Values & Behaviour
    Jordyn Hrenyk’s research portfolio questions a variety of implicit and explicit assumptions, such as how values are communicated through everyday business decisions, how entrepreneurs impact one another and create market norms, how business concepts are taught, and who can learn from Indigenous business leaders […]
  • Calling DIBS Ep 74: Applying BI to Financial Planning Challenges
    Brett Cloutier uses BI to explore barriers and solutions for financial planning, which is a classic example of an intertemporal choice problem where spending tomorrow depends on planning and saving today […]
  • Bescy Re-Launch Event (Feb 14)
    Bescy is the new name for the Action Design Network, a global network of applied behavioural science folks, that is also publishing a new book and welcoming new leadership […]
  • Calling DIBS Ep 73: Applying BI in Humanitarian Settings
    Britt Titus shares how applying BI in humanitarian settings requires modifications to the standard BI approach to validate assumptions and identify leverage points […]
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UBC-DIBS is located on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the xwməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh). We gratefully acknowledge these peoples, who for millennia have passed on their culture, history, and traditions from one generation to the next in this area. As behavioural scientists, we also know that words are not enough. We are exploring how Behavioural Insights and Indigenous ways of knowing and being can be mutually supporting. We are also working to add relevant resources to the wiki, such as podcast episodes featuring Indigenous voices and exploring how Behavioural Insights can contribute to Reconciliation.

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