• Deadlines, Procrastination, and Inattention in Charitable Giving: A Field Experiment 

    Knowles, Stephen; Servátka, Maroš; Sullivan, Trudy
    We conduct a field experiment to analyze the effect of deadline length on charitable giving. Subjects are invited to complete an online survey, with a donation going to charity if they do so. Participants are given either ...
  • Does Charity Begin at Home or Overseas? 

    Knowles, Stephen; Sullivan, Trudy
    We conduct a field experiment to analyse whether a representative sample of the population has a preference for giving money to an international development charity or to a charity helping families in need in the home ...
  • In Search of Effective Altruists 

    Genç, Murat; Knowles, Stephen; Sullivan, Trudy
    The effective altruism movement argues that people wanting to do the most good they can should donate to charities fighting poverty in poor countries overseas, rather than to charities helping people in need in wealthy ...
  • A new tool for creating personal and social EQ-5D-5L value sets, including valuing ‘dead’ 

    Sullivan, Trudy; Hansen, Paul; Ombler, Franz; Derrett, Sarah; Devlin, Nancy
    A new online tool for creating personal and social EQ-5D-5L value sets was recently developed and trialled in New Zealand (NZ). Health state values for each participant are determined using the PAPRIKA method – in the ...
  • Using MCDA (Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis) to prioritise publicly-funded health care 

    Sullivan, Trudy
    New Zealand, like many other countries, is grappling with the problem of how to allocate limited resources across a range of health and disability support services at a time when demand for health care continues to grow ...