Behavioural Economics and Irish Public Policy

I have posted a few times (here and here) before on developments in the micro-side of behavioural economics. I think that a lot of policy developments will come out of this area in the next ten years and I have been trying to keep as informed as possible, and have been giving lectures on this in both UCD (to economics students) and TCD (to psychology students). It should go without saying that this area is too broad to give anything approaching a comprehensive summary and my goal here is to point to some areas that might be of interest.