Nuria Rodriguez-Priego

Nuria Rodriguez-Priego
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid | UAM · Departamento de Análisis Económico (Teoría e Historia Económica)

PhD

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May 2009 - November 2013
University of Granada
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  • Professor (Assistant)

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Publications (16)
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Location based mobile applications (LBMA) are developing rapidly with the increasing adoption of smartphones. These applications advantage userś location to provide products or services based on information obtained from their smart devices. However, implementation and execution of these services may raise userś privacy concerns related to sensitiv...
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The current environment is highly dynamic and undergoing continuous change, and the recent outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has shown how firms and governments need to act promptly to face unexpected threats. In this regard, location-based applications have been implemented successfully in China and South Korea, but in some Western countries, seri...
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We conducted an incentivized lab experiment examining the effect of gain vs. loss-framed warning messages on online security behavior. We measured the probability of suffering a cyberattack during the experiment as the result of five specific security behaviors: choosing a safe connection, providing minimum information during the sign-up process, c...
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We conducted an online experiment (n = 2024) on a representative sample of internet users in Germany, Sweden, Poland, Spain and the UK to explore the effect of notifications on security behaviour. Inspired by protection motivation theory (PMT), a coping message advised participants on how to minimize their exposure to risk and a threat appeal highl...
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This study examines how cultural beliefs and other cognitive processes related with the response to fear appeals can contribute to explain why consumers choose to purchase goods produced by sustainable companies. For this purpose, it tested the Cultural Cognition Theory and the Protection Motivation Theory as determinants of consumers’ purchasing b...
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Background Increasing safety and security online can help boost the opportunities for people and businesses to trade, innovate and interact in digital markets. The level of online security is affected by technical factors, natural events and human behaviour. This study contributes to policy initiatives aimed at getting consumers to increase their o...
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We studied whether changes to the online environment, i.e. nudges, can lead to changes in privacy behaviour through an on-line experiment (n = 3229) across four European countries. The output measures were obtained through the answers to a questionnaire following a mock online exercise: one revealed the amount of personal information participants w...
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The application of behavioural insights in EU policy-making is on the rise. Often these insights are the result of specific studies conducted on behalf of the European Commission. In support of this trend, the Joint Research Centre has produced this guide – structured around seven points – to EU policy officers planning to outsource a behavioural s...
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The report seeks to bring behavioural research methods for privacy to the attention of EU policy-makers. It argues that changes in web interface design can be a useful policy alternative to the traditional 'privacy notice' approach. Specifically, it examines whether web interface design has effect on people's online privacy behaviour through an onl...
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DG SANCO and JRC-IPTS, have given support to 15 studies under the Chafea* Framework Contract for the Provision of Behavioural Studies (FCPBS). As part of this support, JRC-IPTS held a workshop on Good behavioural research for EU policy-making, on 16 May 2014 in Seville. The objective was to arrive at a set of practical guidelines, expressed in non-...
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The present research aim to examine individuals purchasing behavioural intention related with corporations who are environmental concerned. Two Structural Equations Models are proposed and tested independently for the behavioural intention or rewarding and punishing companies by buying or not their products. Results highlight the importance of incr...
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An online national survey among the Spanish population (n = 602) was conducted to examine the factors underlying a person’s support for commitments to global climate change reductions. Multiple hierarchical regression analysis was conducted in four steps and a structural equations model was tested. A survey tool designed by the Yale Project on Clim...
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In the present study we set out to examine an audience segmentation system that can be used to inform global warming public engagement campaigns and to test survey-based identification tools designed by the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication. A national poll was conducted in Spain with a representative sample of the population online (n =...
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We conducted a survey (n = 436) regarding consumer´s choice of sustainable transportation, toward a A survey was conducted at the University of Granada (Spain) from May through August 2011, related to a system of bikes´ rental that has been recently introduced in the university community and whose expectations include its extension to the rest of t...
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El presente trabajo tiene como objetivo principal examinar el potencial de la comunicación comercial como instrumento de cambio del comportamiento del individuo hacia pautas de consumo de energía más sostenibles. The main objective of this paper is to examine the potential of advertising as a tool for behavior change individual consumption patterns...

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Whenever you want to conduct research related with some particular topics such as health or with a sensitive sample (e.g. kids), the previous step is to have an IRB and signed informed consents. Does it also happen with any other behaviour experiment we may want to develop?

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