Johnny Hugill is a graduate student in Philosophy from the University of Cambridge. His research interests include promoting trust, cooperation and social capital through public policy. He is currently co-editing a research project with the Wilberforce Society, investigating how behavioral insights can be used to promote gender equality.
Government Nudging in the Age of Big Data
Instead of applying and re-applying nudges as ‘best-guesses’, governments can tailor very specific, personalized behavioural nudges to individuals and small groups.
Precommitment and Procrastination: Behavioral Tools for Students
Behavioral insights can equip students with smarter studying strategies — aligning their daily habits with their long-term academic goals.