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Cash or freedoms: what will work in the race to get Australia vaccinated against COVID-19?

By Anthony Scott, Professor, The University of Melbourne
John P. de New, Professorial Fellow (Professor of Economics), The University of Melbourne
Kushneel Prakash, Research Fellow, The University of Melbourne
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Cash incentives are likely to be effective for people who are willing to get vaccinated, but haven’t done so yet. Freedom incentives could shift those who are unsure or unwilling.

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