The study must include a literary review of experiments on nudging in connection with environmental-economic issues in energy, waste and resource efficiency. The review must include consumer behaviour and consumer information as well as the design of the experiments. The projects may also include a pilot study to test the experimental information and a randomised field experiment, for at least one Nordic country, on what impact information may have on households' choice, in order to discover the causal links between information dissemination or nudging, and consumer consumption patterns.
The budget is worth DKK300,000. Project proposals may be written in a Scandinavian language or English. Projects must be initiated in 2015 and the final report be delivered in 2016.
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