This study for the Keep Me Posted Campaign implemented a behavioural experiment and consumer survey in order to analyse consumers’ behaviour and perceptions when they receive transactional mail either by post or electronically.
Study on the Impact of the Energy Label – and Potential Changes to It – on Consumer Understanding and on Purchase Decisions – January 2015
This behavioural economics study for the European Commission investigates the impact of potential changes to the EU energy label on consumer understanding and purchasing decisions. The pan-European study uses an online and field experiment combined with a consumer survey and focus groups to provide insights on the performance of alternative label designs.
The report looks at existing and emerging business models for open-access publishing of scholarly monographs (including scholarly editions, edited volumes and catalogues). A typology of business models is developed based on institutional setup, incentives for the participating parties and revenue sources. The analysis is informed by theoretical considerations and interviews with publishers and academics in […]
Impact of Information on Patients’ Choice Within the Context of the Directive 2011/24/EU of the EP and of the Council on the Application of Patients’ Rights in Cross-border Healthcare – January 2015
This study for the European Commission investigates the impact of information on peoples’ choice to seek healthcare in an EU Member State other than their home country. It is a pan-European study including a survey and behavioural experiment. The findings inform the implementation of the EU Directive on cross-border patient rights.
The Importance of Wholesale Financial Services to the EU Economy 2014 provides data at an EU level on the wholesale financial sector from 2001 to 2013. For the purpose of this analysis, the wholesale financial sector refers to the provision of financial and insurance services to corporate clients, investors, institutions and public sector bodies, as […]
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An interest rate of 4.8% on highest earners (rather than 3% now or proposed 4%) would have recovered the windfall to top 25% earning grads
The average earning graduate will repay for less time - about 2 years! @afneil
Need to remember that PT student numbers have been decimated over the last 5 years @afneil - it is more subtle than FT only
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