On Her Majesty´s Service? The Behavioural Insights Team and its role in the global spread of behavioural change policies

Straßheim H, Botzem S (2016)
Presented at the ECPR Joint Sessions, Pisa.

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2016-04-24 – 2016-04-28
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Straßheim H, Botzem S. On Her Majesty´s Service? The Behavioural Insights Team and its role in the global spread of behavioural change policies. Presented at the ECPR Joint Sessions, Pisa.
Straßheim, H., & Botzem, S. (2016). On Her Majesty´s Service? The Behavioural Insights Team and its role in the global spread of behavioural change policies. Presented at the ECPR Joint Sessions, Pisa.
Straßheim, H., and Botzem, S. (2016).“On Her Majesty´s Service? The Behavioural Insights Team and its role in the global spread of behavioural change policies”. Presented at the ECPR Joint Sessions, Pisa.
Straßheim, H., & Botzem, S., 2016. On Her Majesty´s Service? The Behavioural Insights Team and its role in the global spread of behavioural change policies. Presented at the ECPR Joint Sessions, Pisa.
H. Straßheim and S. Botzem, “On Her Majesty´s Service? The Behavioural Insights Team and its role in the global spread of behavioural change policies”, Presented at the ECPR Joint Sessions, Pisa, 2016.
Straßheim, H., Botzem, S.: On Her Majesty´s Service? The Behavioural Insights Team and its role in the global spread of behavioural change policies. Presented at the ECPR Joint Sessions, Pisa (2016).
Straßheim, Holger, and Botzem, Sebastian. “On Her Majesty´s Service? The Behavioural Insights Team and its role in the global spread of behavioural change policies”. Presented at the ECPR Joint Sessions, Pisa, 2016.
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