Develop evidence-based policy relevant to voluntary Agri-Environmental Programs
Conduct Behavioral Economics
CBEAR conducts lab and
field experiments to test hypotheses from the behavioral sciences.
Expand and Enhance the Research Base
CBEAR expands and enhances the human capital of scholars and practitioners for
generating high-quality evidence about improving agricultural programs.
To help design better agri-environmental programs, CBEAR packages
the insights that it and other researchers develop and shares this information with program administrators, policy makers and the media.
Center for Behavioral & Experimental Agri-Environmental Research (CBEAR)
Insights from the behavioral sciences are revolutionizing
the way in which government programs are designed and delivered, and we are bringing this revolution to agrienvironmental programs. A “test, learn, adapt” strategy helps programs be their best, achieve greater levels of program participation and satisfaction, and achieve improved environmental outcomes, all while reducing costs.
Enhancing the Evidence Base
To create evidence-based programs, CBEAR has been conducting randomized field experiments across the US. On the map below, we highlight the zip codes where CBEAR field experiments have generated evidence that can make agri-environmental programs more cost-effective.LEARN MORE
POSTPONED: 2020 Conference on Behavioral & Experimental Agri-Environmental Research
EMAIL DR. LAURA PAUL
Postponed until 2021
It is with deep regret that The Center for Behavioral and Experimental Agri-environmental Research (CBEAR) has decided to postpone the 2020 Conference on Behavioral & Experimental Agri-Environmental Research in Baltimore, Maryland, due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
We will announce the rescheduled 2021 date and location when we are able to.
Questions? Contact Dr. Laura Paul