How Can the Public Be Persuaded to Accept Vaccine Passports?

Source: London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
Authors: Miriam Allena , Sebastián Guidi , Renny Reyes , Alessandro Romano, Chiara Sotis
Date: 19 July 2021

The collaborative study between Bocconi, Yale, and LSE has been conducted to find out what governments can do to encourage people to accept vaccine passports. Considerably, vaccine passports could be controversial in terms of domestic and international politics. So their usage will turn to positive or negative consequences at the same time. However, this survey split into two experiments that consist of the first group for status quo bias and the second one for peer effect. To conclude, the researchers suggest that if people know that vaccine passports are not a new idea and most people accept this, they will be persuaded to recognize the vaccine passports application.

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