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Préférences et décisions face à la COVID-19 en France : télétravail, vaccination et confiance dans la gestion de la crise par les autorités

Abstract : Based on an original survey, we identify socio-demographic and economic behavioral determinants of compliance with epidemic control measures: homeoffice, anticipated vaccine acceptance and confidence in authorities to manage the health and economic crises due to COVID-19. Cooperating in the public goods game is strongly and significantly associated with all three aspects of compliance. Risk aversion does not play any significant role for any aspect, and impatience only for confidence. Factors exposing to higher epidemic impact (age, sex, risk factors for severe COVID-19, close person living in nursing home) are associated with compliance.
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Serge Blondel, Sandra Chyderiotis, François Langot, Judith Mueller, Jonathan Sicsic. Préférences et décisions face à la COVID-19 en France : télétravail, vaccination et confiance dans la gestion de la crise par les autorités. 2021. ⟨hal-03117874⟩

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