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Sayantan Ghosal co-ordinates the interdisciplinary network “Behavior, Structure and Interventions”at the University of Glasgow and is an academic ambassador for the research beacon “Addressing Inequalities”. (...) His research has been cited and discussed in the World Development Report 2015, the New York Times, The Times, The Guardian, The Handbook of Behavioral Economics (in the Chapter on "Behavioral Development Economics" by Kremer, Michael, Gautam Rao, and Frank Schilbach) and the presidential address to the European Economic Association by Eliana le Ferrara. (...) His research has been cited and discussed in the World Development Report 2015, the New York Times, The Times, The Guardian, The Handbook of Behavioral Economics (in the Chapter on "Behavioral Development Economics" by Kremer, Michael, Gautam Rao, and Frank Schilbach) and the presidential address to the European Economic Association by Eliana le Ferrara.
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Score: 839349.6 - en.unesco.org/inclusive...olicylab/users/sayantan-ghosal
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Sayantan Ghosal co-ordinates the interdisciplinary network “Behavior, Structure and Interventions”at the University of Glasgow and is an academic ambassador for the research beacon “Addressing Inequalities”. (...) His research has been cited and discussed in the World Development Report 2015, the New York Times, The Times, The Guardian, The Handbook of Behavioral Economics (in the Chapter on "Behavioral Development Economics" by Kremer, Michael, Gautam Rao, and Frank Schilbach) and the presidential address to the European Economic Association by Eliana le Ferrara. (...) His research has been cited and discussed in the World Development Report 2015, the New York Times, The Times, The Guardian, The Handbook of Behavioral Economics (in the Chapter on "Behavioral Development Economics" by Kremer, Michael, Gautam Rao, and Frank Schilbach) and the presidential address to the European Economic Association by Eliana le Ferrara.
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Score: 839349.6 - http://en.unesco.org/inclusivepolicylab/user/2776
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Sayantan Ghosal co-ordinates the interdisciplinary network “Behavior, Structure and Interventions”at the University of Glasgow and is an academic ambassador for the research beacon “Addressing Inequalities”. (...) His research has been cited and discussed in the World Development Report 2015, the New York Times, The Times, The Guardian, The Handbook of Behavioral Economics (in the Chapter on "Behavioral Development Economics" by Kremer, Michael, Gautam Rao, and Frank Schilbach) and the presidential address to the European Economic Association by Eliana le Ferrara. (...) His research has been cited and discussed in the World Development Report 2015, the New York Times, The Times, The Guardian, The Handbook of Behavioral Economics (in the Chapter on "Behavioral Development Economics" by Kremer, Michael, Gautam Rao, and Frank Schilbach) and the presidential address to the European Economic Association by Eliana le Ferrara.
Language:English
Score: 839349.6 - https://en.unesco.org/inclusivepolicylab/user/2776
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Sayantan Ghosal co-ordinates the interdisciplinary network “Behavior, Structure and Interventions”at the University of Glasgow and is an academic ambassador for the research beacon “Addressing Inequalities”. (...) His research has been cited and discussed in the World Development Report 2015, the New York Times, The Times, The Guardian, The Handbook of Behavioral Economics (in the Chapter on "Behavioral Development Economics" by Kremer, Michael, Gautam Rao, and Frank Schilbach) and the presidential address to the European Economic Association by Eliana le Ferrara. (...) His research has been cited and discussed in the World Development Report 2015, the New York Times, The Times, The Guardian, The Handbook of Behavioral Economics (in the Chapter on "Behavioral Development Economics" by Kremer, Michael, Gautam Rao, and Frank Schilbach) and the presidential address to the European Economic Association by Eliana le Ferrara.
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Score: 839349.6 - https://en.unesco.org/inclusiv...olicylab/users/sayantan-ghosal
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Since 2016, the State of Qatar has been introducing behaviorally inspired processes, tools and practices in its policy development and has built a favorable environment conducive to the creation and growth of enterprises exploring the potential of behavioral insights in informing policy; in 2016, the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy – the entity tasked with the delivery of the 2022 FIFA World Cup infrastructure and with the enrichment of the ensuing legacy–established the MENA region’s first behavioral insights and nudge unit: the Qatar Behavioral Insights Unit (QBIU), now incorporated under the Qatar Financial Centre. (...) The UNOCT Programme Office will extend the application of Behavioral Insights in the counter- terrorism context by pooling expertise and knowledge to create a better understanding of the terrorist threat at a behavioral level. (...) By analyzing the data through a behavioral insights approach, the Office will develop a new generation of interventions for policymakers to effectively prevent violent extremism and will work with Member States and civil society partners to provide capacity-building assistance to develop and implement behaviorally-informed interventions in the counter-terrorism context.
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Score: 839178.5 - https://www.un.org/counterterr...doha_hub_soft_launch_ar_en.pdf
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STATEMENT SUBMITTED BY THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION, A NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION IN CONSULTATIVE STATUS WITH THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL
Hate crimes against immigrants in Sweden and community responses. American Behavioral Scientist, 51(2), 166-181. 5. Capuano, R. (...) The correlates of school violence: An examination of factors linked to assaultive behavior in a rural middle school with a large migrant population. (...) Aggression Violent Behavior, 16(3), 207-213. 15. Gülçür, L., İlkkaracan, P. (2002).
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Score: 838927.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=E/CN.15/2012/NGO/1&Lang=E
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LAWS AND HUMAN CONTROL: BRAZILIAN PROPOSALS FOR WORKING DEFINITIONS
Human control will be increasingly challenged by the sophistication of AWS, adding higher levels of unpredictability to the behavior of intelligent warfare if limits are not put in the earlier stages of their lifecycle. 13. After activating the device (“fire and forget”), the operator may not be totally sure of the ultimate target, or of the time and location of the attack. Since the machine behavior may be different from the user intent, there must be some level of “human on the loop” control in order to achieve the desired result. 1 SIPRI-ICRC. (...) Given the nature of AWS, the machine behavior may cause “unintended engagements” different from the user “intent,” informed by the operator’s “judgment,” in the absence of human control.
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Score: 838927.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...&DS=CCW/GGE.1/2020/WP.4&Lang=E
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PERTINENT FACTS RESPECTING THE LIFE HISTORY, ECOLOGY AND BEHAVIOUR OF THE IMPORTANT SPECIES CONSTITUTING THE FISHERY RESOURCES IN THE SEAS AROUND JAPAN
Life history, ecology and behavior Ago of □aturity: They becone maturo partly in 2 years after birth and mostly after 3 years. (...) Life history, ecology and behavior Age of maturity: Somo of them become mature in 2 years after birth, and the rest after 3 years. (...) Life history, oconology and behavior Most of these spe?ies spnwn in tho coastal waters, and their larvae and juveniles grow there.
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Score: 838873 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=A/CONF.10/L.26&Lang=E
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The risk degree of drug users behavior 4. Sexual behavior 4.1. The STI incidence rate 4.2. (...) The following determinants influencing the decision of a Kazakhstani to try a drug were determined: - stereotype of a "man's behavior" (a "real man" man must try everything); - use of alcohol and tobacco (hedonistic behavior style); - adverse climate in the family; - influence of the nearest environment – negative examples; - weak influence of cultural traditions and social norms of behavior (restrictors). (...) The behavior of the men and women in this case was identical.
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Score: 838387 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/hivaids/Zhusupov.html
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REPORT OF THE OCTOBER 2004 UNECE WORK SESSION ON GENDER STATISTICS / PREPARED BY THE ECE SECRETARIAT
The need to measure both attitudes and behavior in a longitudinal study to see the relationships between attitudes and behavior and how they change over time was expressed. (...) Measuring attitudes and behaviors is thus difficult to carry out in cross-sectional surveys. 25. (...) The need to measure both attitudes and behavior in a longitudinal study to see the relationships between attitudes and behaviour and how they change over time was expressed.
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Score: 836049 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=CES/2004/47&Lang=E
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