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Uwe Dulleck

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Uwe is Professor of Economics at QUT, Director of QUT‘s Centre for Behavioural Economics, Society and Technology and Honorary Professor of Behavioural Economics at ANU‘s Crawford School for Public Policy. His is a world leading researcher in Behavioural Economics, a member of the academic advisory panel of the Australian Government‘s Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet‘s Behavioural Economics Team (BETA).

Flexible Work arranges can help to make work places more attractive, leading to attracting and retaining better talent and improving productivity and wellbeing of employees. Behavioural Economics can help to evaluate benefits and help employees to better engage with the change.