Participants can earn up to $50 for taking part in a computer-based survey on economic behaviours at Monash University’s Clayton campus.
The study involves undertaking some simple tasks on a computer and will take about one and a half hours on a weekday during the day or evening.
Participants will need to be available to come in to the Monash Laboratory for Experimental Economics (MonLEE) at Monash University’s Clayton Campus (Room E957, Menzies Building, 20 Chancellors Walk).
To be eligible participants may be from academia or industry and need to be over 18, not an undergraduate student and fluent in English.
Zack Dorner, a PhD candidate conducting research for Economic incentives and instruments (Project A1.3), will use results from the study for his PhD thesis, ‘New sources of water supply and homeowners’ preferences’. The research has focused on surveying Sydney and Melbourne homeowners where any additional water supply should come from.
More details area available on the Monash University website.
To sign up for the study, please email firstname.lastname@example.org