Danish Nudging Network
A network of organisations, institutions & companies
The ‘Danish Nudging Network’ (DNN) was created in December 2010 and aims to establish a network of researchers, practitioners, stakeholders and policy-makers interested in using and developing, but also cautious about, the use of behavioural science by public institutions, private organizations and as part of companies’ CSR strategies.
We strive to generate interest in the potential of the nudge approach in policy making and as part of CSR, but also encourage open debate and reflexion in public and policy spheres about the possible pitfalls potentials in adopting this approach in the attempt to change behaviour. Today the network comprises a long list of researchers, institutions, organisations and companies who have committed to sharing their knowledge, ideas and criticism in this relation.
Individual and standard membership of the network is free and without obligations, but gains you access to the knowledge and ideas created and circulated in The Danish Nudging Network.
Institutional memberships (active or stakeholder) come at minimal fee used to run the network and require active engagement and participation in DNN. Besides giving you access to the knowledge and ideas created and circulated in The Danish Nudging Network, institutional memberships grant your institution a limited number of free seats at activities such as DNN Master Classes and DNN Lectures.