Do you enjoy using cognitive and behavioural psychology to understand human behaviour and influence large scale behaviour change, in pursuit of commercial, social, or political goals?
If so, then a career as a Behavioural Economist might be for you. Learn more about this profession and career path here:
What Does a Behavioural Economist Do & What Jobs Does This Career Path Include?
As a Behavioural Economist, you’ll design, build, and test behaviourally-informed interventions in a business environment. You will manage projects, change, and stakeholders in specific areas of deployment and advise on matters relating to behaviour change. You will also quantify commercial value yielded by these interventions.
Emile Du Plessis, Behavioural Economist, Standard Bank
Philani Shandu, Behavioural Economist, Standard Bank