Harry Greenwell is a Senior Adviser at BETA responsible for the rigorous evaluation of BETA’s applications of behavioural insights. Harry is particularly interested in standards for transparency and rigour in experimental evaluations. In his previous role at the Australian Treasury, Harry worked on a range of economic policy issues – including competition, regulation, macroeconomic and taxation policy – and he was also deployed to the Pacific for several years as a capacity building adviser. Early in his career, Harry co-authored several reports on poverty and inequality in Australia. Harry studied economics, mathematics and philosophy at the Australian National University. Outside of work, he is interested in effective altruism, ultimate frisbee and early childhood development (at least insofar as it applies to his two-year old daughter).