Projects on: behavioural studies

Behavioural study on vaccine hesitancy

The overall purpose of the study, conducted in consortium with LSE and BDI Research, is to collect robust and reliable data and to support the work of the Joint Research Center and DG SANTE with scientific behavioural evidence on vaccine hesitancy. We will use mixed behavioural methods (qualitative and quantitative) to understand parents’ vaccine decision-making […]

Study on quality of tourism accommodation services in the EU

Open Evidence, in consortium with Valdani Vicari & Associati, TEAM Tourism Consulting and BDI Research, is conducting the study on the feasibility of possible initiatives at EU level and establishment of a multi-stakeholder platform on quality of tourism accommodation services for the European Commission (DG GROW). The overall objective of the study is to shed light […]

Behavioural study on the pan-European Personal Pension Product (PEPP) information documents

The overall purpose of the study is to facilitate and execute graphic design work and consumer testing regarding the pan-European Personal Pension Product (PEPP) Key Information Document (KID) and Benefit Statement (BS) in three Member States. We will use mix behavioural methods to understand relevant behavioural biases, and why consumers find certain aspects of information […]

Behavioural Study on origin claims on fishery and aquaculture products

Open Evidence, in consortium with London School of Economics and BDI Research will conduct a new “Behavioural Study on origin claims on fishery and aquaculture products” for the European Commission (DG MARE). In the context of the upcoming evaluation of the Common Market Organisation (CMO) Regulation, this behavioural study should provide the necessary evidence to […]

Empirical testing of the impact of dual food quality on consumers’ choices

Open Evidence, in consortium with London School of Economics and BDI Research, will conduct the study “Empirical testing of the impact of dual food quality on consumers’ choices” for the European Commission (JRC). The study will investigate how consumers’ purchase decisions are affected by the fact that the same brand offers seemingly identically branded food […]

Consumer preference and perception of specific categories of tobacco and related products

Open Evidence, in consortium with London School of Economics, BDI Research and the Catalan Institute of Oncology, will conduct the study “Consumer preference and perception of specific categories of tobacco and related products” for the European Commission (DG Sante). The study wants to analyse the consumer preferences and perceptions of consumers on 5 tobacco product […]

Behavioural Study on Advertising and Marketing Practices in travel booking websites and apps

Open Evidence, in consortium with London School of Economics, BDI Research and Kantar TNS has been entrusted by the European Commission to conduct the study “Behavioural Study on Advertising and Marketing Practices in travel booking websites and apps”. The study will contribute to the understanding of the interaction of travel websites with consumers, and will […]

Behavioural economic analysis of professionals’ incentives in health professions and in business services professions

Open Evidence, in consortium with EY, will conduct the study ‘Behavioural economic analysis of professionals’ incentives in health professions and in business services professions’ for the European Commission (DG GROW). This behavioural study aims to provide a theoretical and empirical analysis of how professional regulation in health and business services (entry and conduct requirements) impacts […]

Behavioural Study on the Effects of an Extension of the Access to Social Protection for People in All Forms of Employment

The study is carried out in consortium with the London School of Economics (LSE) and the University of Valencia, on behalf of the European Commission (DG Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion). The project will use behavioural research to explore issues such as:   what would be the effects of extending social protection coverage to include the rising […]

Behavioural Study on the Transparency of Online Platforms

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.

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