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10
Aug
18

GDPR – a nightmare for marketers? Behavioural science turns it into a dream come true.

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You’ve been having the same nightmare, over and over again – the one where, all of a sudden, a big, bad monster won’t allow you to contact any of your customers. You can’t reach anyone with news. Or special offers. Or anything. Ever. That monster is called GDPR. The majority of business owners and marketers […]

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23
Nov
17

The ABC of RCTs

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Nearly 70 years ago, the first ever modern randomised controlled trial (RCT) was conducted in the UK 1. The 6-month long investigation took place in hospitals in London and Middlesex, and tested the efficacy of treatments for pulmonary tuberculosis – streptomycin versus bed rest 2. By the end of the trial, 7% of patients who […]

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20
Apr
16

Russian dolls, danger, and behavioural economics

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Popularised, praised and increasingly applied across a range of sectors, from public policy to consumer goods, behavioural economics is becoming the new It-discipline. Better late than never – after all, it’s been around for well over a hundred years. To borrow a phrase from Lee Ross and Richard Nisbett, authors of ‘The Person and the […]

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