24th January: Anamaria Vrabie (The New School): “Behavioural Economics and Urban Design”.
31st January: Cliona Kelly (UCD) “Behavioural Law and Economics”.
7th February: Derville Rowland, Director General, Financial Conduct at the Central Bank.
14th February: Aisling Ní Chonaire: Lead Research Advisor, Behavioural Insights Team.
21st February: Faisal Naru (OECD): “Behavioural Economics and Public Policy”.
28th February: Doris Laepple (NUIG): “Behavioural Experiments in Agricultural Economics”.
7th March: Cal Muckley (UCD): “National culture and banking operational risk”.
4th April: Ben Elsner (UCD/IZA): “Rank and Peer Effects in Education”.
11th April: Paul Adams (FCA): “Behavioural Economics at the Financial Conduct Authority”.
18th April: Deirdre Robertson (ESRI): “Behavioural Economics and Regulation”.
27th September: Simon Rafferty (EPA) “Behavioural Economics and Environmental Policy” and Patricia Harris (HSA): “Reducing Work Accidents in Ireland”
4th October: Clare Delargy (BIT): “Behavioural Insights Team and Public Policy”.
11th October: Aine Lyng and Ronan Murphy (NCCP): “Cancer Prevention”
18th October: Cathal Fitzgerald (DETI): “Brexit and Firm Decision Making; Behavioural Economics of Innovation”.
25th October: Till Weber (Nottingham): “Experimental Methods and Behavioural Economics”.
1st November: Leonhard Lades (UCD and EnvEcon): “Naturalistic Monitoring of Human Preferences and Behaviour”.
8th November: Michael Daly (UCD and Stirling): “Self-control and Health”.
15 November: Orla Doyle (UCD): “Behavioural Economics and Early Childhood Intervention”.
22nd November: Kenneth Devine (Central Bank of Ireland): “Behavioural Economics and Financial Decision Making”.
29th November: Keith Walsh (Revenue): “Behavioural Economics and Tax Administration”.