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About UBC-DIBS

Decision Insights for Business & Society (UBC-DIBS) is a behavioural research and policy solutions initiative at the UBC Sauder School of Business. Our mission is to improve outcomes across major societal and planetary challenges by improving our understanding of decision-making and helping people make better choices—choices that are better for themselves and for the world.

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Experts gather at UBC Sauder conference to showcase how Behavioural Insights can spur long-term change in behaviour

  • Event Coverage
  • November 24, 2022
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Experts gather at UBC Sauder conference to showcase how Behavioural Insights can spur long-term change in behaviour
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Peter P. Dhillon Centre for Business Ethics names Dr. Kirstin Appelt as Research Director

  • Faculty
  • May 11, 2022
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Dr. Kirstin Appelt as Research Director
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Professor Katherine White: this award-winning researcher focuses on “nudging” consumers to make sustainable choices

  • Students
  • January 11, 2022
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Beyond Bias: Behavioural Insights experts examine the future of workplace at UBC Sauder conference

  • Event Coverage
  • December 13, 2021
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DIBS conference
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Canada’s Clean50 recognizes Dr. Katherine White for contributions towards business sustainability

  • Responsible Leadership & Sustainability
  • April 20, 2021
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Study finds problem gamblers less responsive to risk when placing bets

  • Healthcare
  • January 21, 2021
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    Kirstin Appelt | Research Director
    DIBS@sauder.ubc.ca