Nudging consumers towards sustainable consumption
Investigate how information format and media coverage affect consumers’ attitudes and subsequent behaviours.
Explore how information delivery can be optimised for different groups of consumers.
Work with us
If this is something you are passionate about, please get in touch. There are PhD or research assistant opportunities to explore.
We need PhD students to join our team to help us collect data. Prospective students may also be required to perform a series of additional experiments with consumers or carry out surveys. Candidates need to have strong quantitative research skills (experimental design, ANOVA, SEM) and solid background in consumer and/or social psychology.
Contact Dr Liudmila Tarabashkina for PhD supervision opportunities via the contact details below. To assess your eligibility to enter the UWA Business School PhD program contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
International and domestic collaboration is welcome under this project. For more information or for collaboration opportunities, contact Dr Liudmila Tarabashkina via the details below.
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