Behavioural Interventions for Financial Services Database

Behavioural Interventions for Financial Services Database

February 6, 2018    

This database reflects a systematic review of behaviourally informed interventions that have significantly impacted the financial decisions of individuals as they engage with credit, savings, payment and insurance products (excluding health insurance).

The criteria for inclusion were studies where:

  • Rigorous research (RCT, lab or field experiments) was undertaken
  • A behavioural intervention was applied
  • The studies measured changes to the financial services uptake and/or usage decisions of individuals related to the intervention

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