The overall purpose of the study is to understand the impact on consumer trust and behaviour of enhanced transparency of online platforms towards their private users (consumers) in three specific areas, namely the criteria used by platform operators; the identity of contracting parties involved in the transactions enabled or facilitated by the platforms; and quality controls established by platform operators (or lack thereof) on the review, rating and endorsement systems.
The study focuses on how the internet and social media influence young people’s active citizenship and political participation and explores non-formal learning methods and tools which can lead to the development of relevant skills and competences.
The study seeks to enhance the consistency in the presentation of environment-related information and harmonise the various footprint methods currently used in Europe.
The EULES standard will provide a unique opportunity to distinguish clean vehicles and help consumers purchase less polluting cars in order to reduce nitrogen oxides (NOx) emissions.
In light of raising concerns about advertising practicies targeting children, the study examines childrens' exposure to online marketing content in social media, online games and applications.
The study is aimed at testing the effectiveness of possible new variants of car eco-labels and promotional material in experimental settings.
The objective of this study was to assess the behavioural response of consumers of online gambling services to protective measures tested in experimental settings.