Crowdsourcing interventions to promote uptake of COVID-19 booster vaccines
Robert Böhm (),
Cornelia Betsch (),
Yana Litovsky (),
Philipp Sprengholz (),
Noel T. Brewer (),
Gretchen Chapman (),
Julie Leask (),
George Leowenstein (),
Cass R. Sunstein () and
Michael Kirchler ()
Working Papers from Faculty of Economics and Statistics, Universität Innsbruck
We apply a novel crowdsourcing approach to provide rapid insights on the most promising interventions to promote uptake of COVID-19 booster vaccines. In the first phase, international experts proposed 46 unique interventions. To reduce noise and potential bias, in the second phase, experts and representative general population samples from the UK and the US rated the proposed interventions on several criteria, including expected effectiveness and acceptability. Sanctions were evaluated as potentially most effective but least accepted. Interventions that received the most positive evaluations regarding both effectiveness and acceptability across evaluation groups were a day off after getting vaccinated, financial incentives, tax benefits, benefit campaigns, and mobile vaccination teams. The results provide useful insights to help governments, companies, and non-governmental institutions in their decision about which interventions to implement.
Keywords: booster vaccination; COVID-19; interventions (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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