Behavioral Evidence Hub: Content Submission
Thanks for your interest in submitting a project to the B-Hub. If you believe your project qualifies for inclusion, we’d love to hear from you. Just fill out this form to get started!
Which projects are eligible for submission?
To be considered for submission, your project must fulfill the following four requirements:
1. BEHAVIORAL: The intervention clearly and obviously works through a mechanism related to human behavior, or is near-identical to others currently appearing in innovations on the site.
2. REPLICABLE: The intervention is well-defined and simple, thereby easy for a practitioner not well versed in behavioral science to copy.
3. RIGOROUS: An evaluation was performed using a rigorous experimental methodology.
4. EFFECTIVE: The evaluation found a statistically significant quantitative effect for the behavioral component of the intervention.
What is the process for publishing a project?
1. Submit the form below.
2. Upon submission, you will receive an email with instructions for how to submit further details.
3. We will correspond directly with you with any questions regarding your submission.
4. We will publish all eligible pieces on the site, crediting you and your organization as the author.
Note: Complete project write-ups are usually between 700 – 1,500 words and outline the challenge faced, images of the final design and specific implementation details.
What is B-Hub and who is behind it?
The Behavioral Evidence Hub is a curated collection of behavioral programs and products that has been rigorously tested in real-world settings. All studies on the B-hub include a rich collection of implementation details to make them easier to replicate accross a variety of contexts.
The B-Hub initially started as a collaboration between ideas42, Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA), and the Center for Health Incentives and Behavioral Economics (CHIBE) at the University of Pennsylvania. However, the B-Hub relies on a wide, diverse community of evidence-generating contributors.
For more information and a list of all contributing partners, visit our About page.