Tag Archives: behavioural and experimental

Consumers’ Engagement in the Circular Economy: Results from a Large Scale Behavioural Experiment and Survey in the EU

Sector:Behavioural Economics
Client:european-commission-consumers-health-food-executive-agency-chafea
Published: October, 2019
Document type:Conference Presentation

LE Divisional Director James Suter presented LE Europe’s study for the European Commission on consumer behaviour in the Circular Economy at the 2019 PLATE (Product Lifetimes and the Environment) conference on 20th September 2019 in Berlin. James explained how the findings of the study could be used by policy makers to increase consumers’ engagement in […]

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Pre-contractual Information in Retail Energy Markets – Experimental Consumer Research – October 2018

Sector:Behavioural Economics
Client:ec-dg-justice-consumers
Published: November, 2018
Document type:Report

The European Commission commissioned LE Europe, Deloitte and Ipsos to study pre-contractual information in retail energy markets. The study used desk research, stakeholder consultations, a consumer survey and a behavioural experiment to understand consumers’ decision-making, attitudes and switching behaviour, and how to improve clarity and comparability in energy prices, consumption and contractual information. The study […]

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Behavioural Study on Consumers’ Engagement in the Circular Economy – October 2018

Sector:Behavioural Economics
Client:european-commission-consumers-health-food-executive-agency-chafea
Published: October, 2018
Document type:Report

The objective of this study was to provide policy-relevant insights on consumers’ engagement in the circular economy. The study involved several research tasks including a literature review across all EU countries as well as third countries, stakeholder interviews, consumer focus groups in 4 EU countries, an online consumer survey in 12 EU countries and an […]

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Online Market Segmentation – Experimental Consumer Research and Economic Valuation – August 2018

Sector:Behavioural Economics
Client:ec-dg-justice-consumers
Published: September, 2018
Document type:Report

The European Commission commissioned LE Europe, Deloitte and Ipsos to study online personalised pricing and offers and targeted advertising. The study used desk research, stakeholder consultations, mystery shopping, a consumer survey and a behavioural experiment to understand how e-commerce websites use consumers’ personal information, and consumers’ attitudes and behaviour when faced with personalisation online. The […]

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Using Behavioural Science to Drive Behaviour Change in Reducing Risks of STIs – March 2018

Sector:Behavioural Economics
Client:N/A
Published: March, 2018
Document type:Conference Presentation | Presentation

Dr Annette Cerulli-Harms spoke at the Public Policy Exchange conference on Student Sexual Health and Well Being on March 8th 2018 about how behavioural economics can be used to change the way we speak about sexual health. Annette explained the relevance of behavioural economics and cognitive biases in the area of public health including sexual […]

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Behavioral Economics Guide 2017

Sector:Behavioural Economics
Client:behaviouraleconomics-com
Published: June, 2017
Document type:Report

LE Europe is happy to announce that we are a corporate sponsor and contributor to the Behavioral Economics Guide 2017, which this year has a forward from Cass R. Sunstein of Harvard University. First released in 2014, this now yearly publication provides an introduction to the field, developments in the behavioural sciences, insights from practitioners, […]

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Consumer Vulnerability Across Key Markets in the EU: Animated Infographic – November 2016

Sector:Behavioural Economics
Client:consumer-vulnerability-across-key-markets-in-the-eu-animated-infographic-november-2016
Published: November, 2016
Document type:Presentation

Following the publication of LE Europes’ study into consumer vulnerability across the EU for DG Justice and Consumers, the European Commission has released an animated infographic which presents the key findings of the study, including the varying impact of vulnerability drivers across key markets.

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Understanding Consumer Vulnerability in the EU’s Key Markets – February 2016

Sector:Behavioural Economics
Client:understanding-consumer-vulnerability-in-the-eus-key-markets-february-2016
Published: February, 2016
Document type:Report

This study for the European Commission provides a new definition of vulnerable consumers, a new methodology for measuring consumer vulnerability and new insights into the actual patterns of consumer vulnerability. The large scale study employed stakeholder consultations, consumer surveys, focus groups and behavioural experiments across the EU28 plus Iceland and Norway

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Consumer Market Study on the Functioning of Legal and Commercial Guarantees for Consumers in the EU – December 2015

Sector:Behavioural Economics
Client:european-commission
Published: December, 2015
Document type:Report

This study for the European Commission explores how well markets for Legal and Commercial Guarantees (LCGs) operate for consumers in Europe. The study includes consumer surveys and behavioural experiments to investigate how well consumers understand LCGs. The study provides policy recommendations to remedy any shortcomings detected. In particular, the results of will be used to […]

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