The Supervision Podcast

PhD research is the cutting edge of social science, and today's PhD students are tomorrow's academic rockstars. In this podcast, we interview some of those future rockstars about their research, why they did it, and thei

Episode 1: Sanchayan Banerjee

Season 1, Ep. 1
In this week’s podcast, Michael is joined by Sanchayan Banerjee, a 4th year PhD student in the Department of Geography and Environment at the London School of Economics and Political Science, to discuss how we can use ‘nudge plus’ to help people make better environmental decisions – and when they might backfire.  Find out more about Sanchayan’s journey to beginning his PhD, why he likes the attention around his research, and what you should look out for when choosing a supervisor.  Get in touch with us via Twitter, Instagram or email – we’d love to hear from you!Sanchayan Banerjee: @SanchayanBanerjSanchayan’s paper: Banerjee, S., & John, P. (2021). Nudge plus: Incorporating reflection into behavioral public policy. Behavioural Public Policy, 1-16. doi:10.1017/bpp.2021.6Oliver Hauser: Hauser, O., Greene, M., DeCelles, K., Norton, M., & Gino, F. (2018). Minority report: A big data approach to organizational attempts at deterring unethical behavior. Academy of Management Global Proceedings, (2018), 125.Regulation in Happyville: Salanié, F., & Treich, N. (2009). Regulation in happyville. The Economic Journal, 119(537), 665-679.Loewstein paper: Hagmann, D., Ho, E. H., & Loewenstein, G. (2019). Nudging out support for a carbon tax. Nature Climate Change, 9(6), 484-489.How far to Nudge: John, P. (2018). How far to nudge?: Assessing behavioural public policy. Edward Elgar Publishing. Professor Peter John: Professor Susana Mourato:  Professor Simon Dietz: Thinking, fast and slow: Kahneman, D. (2017). Thinking, fast and slow. Farrar, Straus and Giroux. The logo was designed by LogoFlow.