|Apply before:||24 Augustus 2014|
In many climate related policy interventions saving energy to save money is a central argument to convince citizens to take action. However, for many segments of energy consumption, monetary savings are irrelevant. This project focuses on situations in which the energy bill is not directly paid by the individuals who use the energy (eg., all-inclusive housing, hotels) and a different approach to encouraging energy conservation is required.|
This PhD project has two aims:
1. Improve theoretical knowledge about stimulating cooperative behavior in situations in which financial incentives are not relevant.
2. To translate this research into functioning interventions in practice.
For further details, please see the PDF.