30/09/2013 at 09:00
Where: Charlemagne building, Brussels, Belgium
Topic: Environment, consumers and health
Organiser: European Commission
The discussions taking place during this event will help us understand how behavioural economics could be used to influence public policy across the European Commission, in a way that benefits EU consumers and citizens.
The conference is the third of a series of events organised by the European Commission (EC). It envisages a follow-up on the behavioural economic studies conducted on behalf of several Commission DGs in the last year. It also invites considerations on how behavioural insights can inform policy-making to an even greater extent.
A number of stakeholders will be attending the conference: consumers NGOs, national regulatory authorities, academic researchers, European Commission services and other European institutions, businesses, economic consultancies, think tanks and the press.
The conference presentations and discussions will tackle several key questions, among which:
The conference will be available in webstreaming on the day.
For further information and registration, please visit the Conference's webpage.