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Behavioral science is necessary to study the human dynamics central to organizational outcomes, and data science is essential to inquiring into these dynamics in real-time, across the global footprint of firms operating in interconnected markets. Computational social science has made these abilities available to us. Leadership is now needed if new best practices are to emerge.

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Evolution Evolving: Recent Biological Findings Shed New Light on Human Behaviour

by Kevin N. Lala


Jun 11, 2024

Evolutionary biology's latest findings suggest a revised understanding of adaptability and feedback loops, relevant to human behavior and policy-making on behavioral risk. This 'new biology' underscores humanity's unique cultural and social dynamics, emphasizing the evolutionary significance of cultural inheritance. Recognizing humans as active agents shaping their evolution through cultural norms is crucial for developing comprehensive risk-management strategies.

The 2024 Compendium is available June 11th!

Now in its 7th year, Starling's Compendium features over 40 contributors from across the industry as well as detailed analysis of the latest trends in culture & conduct risk supervision.

2024 COMMENTS & CONTRIBUTIONS | Enigma Machines: Part 1

by Starling Insights


Jun 11, 2024

The UN and industry experts recognize that behavioral science, despite challenges, can enhance policymaking, governance, and management. Behavioral science helps identify barriers and enablers in human behavior to design effective interventions. The Dutch central bank highlights its role in managing behavioral risk, viewing organizations as social systems with formal and informal behavioral drivers crucial for improving supervisory efficacy​​.