A new study evaluates which consumers who opt into dynamic electricity pricing are most likely to conserve, and the role an upfront financial take-up incentive plays in cutting electricity use.
The extent to which Medicare should monitor for wasteful spending depends on the balance between the savings generated and the effects and costs imposed on patients and providers.
A new study finds that blocking fossil fuel pipelines can lead fossil fuels to shift to other, potentially more polluting transportation modes, rather than staying in the ground.
Using health and labor market data from Sweden, the authors study the labor market outcomes of childless Swedish women who become pregnant while using long-acting reversible contraceptives.
The Crime Lab and the Chicago Police Department (CPD) partnered to create and evaluate a behavioral science-informed training that helps improve officer decision-making in ambiguous, high-stress situations.
Chicago Public Schools saw a 35 percent reduction in arrests in school and a 15 percent reduction in out-of-school arrests for students at schools that implemented Restorative Practices.