Since eMBeD’s formal inception, our team has been involved in more than 100 projects in over 70 countries. We promote the systematic use of behaviorally informed tools in development policies and projects and help institutionalize the use of behavioral science in development organizations and governments.
We also provide evidence on scaled and sustainable behavioral solutions through easy-to-read results briefs, infographics, and policy notes. These public goods are designed to make it simple for others to learn what works and how to apply it to their own work. Our working papers generate better behavioral data, providing rich insight into program implementation and evaluation.
Our nine thematic areas are: