UE908 - COGENG 301 - Psychology and Public Policy


Planning


  • Autre lieu Paris
    Sciences Po Paris, 27 rue Saint-Guillaume 75007 Paris
    1er semestre / hebdomadaire, jeudi 12:00-14:00
    du 24 septembre 2020 au 22 janvier 2021


Description


Dernière modification : 8 avril 2021 11:01

Type d'UE
Enseignements fondamentaux de master
Disciplines
Psychologie et sciences cognitives
Page web
https://cogmaster.ens.psl.eu/en/program/m2-program-13572 
Langues
anglais
Mots-clés
État et politiques publiques Sciences cognitives
Aires culturelles
-
Intervenant·e·s

It isn't enough to have the right policy idea : public policies can be well-intended yet fail because they are not received as planned by the public. Governments around the world are thus applying behavioural sciences to improve policy-making by relying on a more realistic model of human behaviour (e.g., Obama's Social and Behavioral Sciences Team, the Behavioural Insight's Team in Downing Street, the EU Policy Lab, etc.). The goal of the class is to introduce basic theories and experimental findings in psychology to foster more innovative policy-making and to improve citizens' well-being. Each class will provide opportunities to identify obstacles created by people's natural biases and to select the right levers to counter these biases. This psychological toolbox will then be put to use to solve concrete public action issues and to potentiate the efficacy of traditional policy levers (regulations, incentives, and information).

Le programme détaillé n'est pas disponible.


Master


  • Séminaires de tronc commun – Sciences cognitives – M2/S3
    Suivi et validation – semestriel hebdomadaire = 4 ECTS
    MCC – examen

Renseignements


Contacts additionnels
cogmaster@psl.eu
Informations pratiques

The complete syllabus of the course is available on the Cogmaster's website. For any information, please contact the secretariat of the Cogmaster.

Registration procedure (external students) : https://cogmaster.ens.psl.eu/en/students/external-students-13501

Direction de travaux des étudiants
-
Réception des candidats
-
Pré-requis

None.

Dernière modification : 8 avril 2021 11:01

Type d'UE
Enseignements fondamentaux de master
Disciplines
Psychologie et sciences cognitives
Page web
https://cogmaster.ens.psl.eu/en/program/m2-program-13572 
Langues
anglais
Mots-clés
État et politiques publiques Sciences cognitives
Aires culturelles
-
Intervenant·e·s

It isn't enough to have the right policy idea : public policies can be well-intended yet fail because they are not received as planned by the public. Governments around the world are thus applying behavioural sciences to improve policy-making by relying on a more realistic model of human behaviour (e.g., Obama's Social and Behavioral Sciences Team, the Behavioural Insight's Team in Downing Street, the EU Policy Lab, etc.). The goal of the class is to introduce basic theories and experimental findings in psychology to foster more innovative policy-making and to improve citizens' well-being. Each class will provide opportunities to identify obstacles created by people's natural biases and to select the right levers to counter these biases. This psychological toolbox will then be put to use to solve concrete public action issues and to potentiate the efficacy of traditional policy levers (regulations, incentives, and information).

Le programme détaillé n'est pas disponible.

  • Séminaires de tronc commun – Sciences cognitives – M2/S3
    Suivi et validation – semestriel hebdomadaire = 4 ECTS
    MCC – examen
Contacts additionnels
cogmaster@psl.eu
Informations pratiques

The complete syllabus of the course is available on the Cogmaster's website. For any information, please contact the secretariat of the Cogmaster.

Registration procedure (external students) : https://cogmaster.ens.psl.eu/en/students/external-students-13501

Direction de travaux des étudiants
-
Réception des candidats
-
Pré-requis

None.

  • Autre lieu Paris
    Sciences Po Paris, 27 rue Saint-Guillaume 75007 Paris
    1er semestre / hebdomadaire, jeudi 12:00-14:00
    du 24 septembre 2020 au 22 janvier 2021