RESEARCH

GreeNudge works on several research projects and collaborates with a number of research institutions. Our research work is communicated through reports and research articles. Here you find an overview of all ongoing and completed research projects by GreeNudge.

RESEARCH ARTICLES

The GreeNudge team continiously publishes research articles.

You will find a list of all scientific articles here.


Phd-project: Effects of “Healthier Kids”

GreeNudge has received funding for a PhD project for Kristin Fjæra Eng from the Research Council of Norway. The research project will examine The PhD project will evaluate measures to promote better diet and increased eating pleasure in kindergarten and afterschool-programs based on data from the GreeNudge initiative “Healthier Kids”. Project period is 2020-2024.


PHD PROJECT: NUDGING IN SUPERMARKETS

GreeNudge has received funding for a PhD project for Helena Slapø from the Research Council of Norway. The research project will examine how one can get consumers choose healthier and more environmentally friendly foods in grocery stores. NorgesGruppen is a partner and the Research Council finances the project.

Read more here.


RESEARCH REPORT: THE BEHAVIORAL INSIGHTS OF FOOD CHOICES – INFLUENCING CONSUMERS TO EAT HEALTHIER

In collaboration with the Norwegian research institutes SIFO and Nofima, GreeNudge analyzed more than 700 studies of how consumers can be influenced to make healthier choices through nudging as trough placement, price and sharing.

Client: Morbid Obesity Centre, Vestfold Hospital Trust.

Read more here.


RESEARCH REPORT: THE BEHAVIORAL INSIGHTS OF HEALTH CHOICES

Research on how to nudge people towards healthier diets, less consumption of tobacco and alcohol and increased physical activity. Furthermore, the report looks at what implications it has for policy design.

Client: Nordic Council of Ministers.

Read report here.