Behavioural Study on Strategies to Maximise the Effectiveness of Product Recalls
The overarching objective of this study is to provide policy recommendations to the European Commission (DG JUST) in developing initiatives to increase product registration and recall effectiveness for non-food products. The specific focus will be on behavioural remedies that are most effective in encouraging registration (both online and offline) and product recall response by consumers; and, why (i.e. what are the underlying internal/behavioural and external drivers of registration and recall behaviour).
As part of the study, Oxford Research Baltics provided data collection in Latvia.
The report is available on the website of the European Comission.