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Impact of financial incetives for blood donation
Platilová, Alena ; Špecián, Petr (advisor) ; Chytilová, Helena (referee)
The thesis deals with approaches of neoclassical and behavioral economics in the field of blood donation. The key question is whether financial incentives have a positive or negative impact. The main conclusions of world studies of behavioral economists concern the crowding out effect, the negative impact of financial incentives. Information on the blood donation system was provided by the Institute of Health Information and Statistics of the Czech Republic, which analyzes the system of blood donation in the Czech Republic. Further data was obtained from a questionnaire survey which tested the attitude of University students towards financial incentives for blood donation. Using a regression analysis, the cost of one blood sampling can be determined through explanatory variables, including the influence of the behavioral approach of the so-called framing effect. The most important determinants of the cost per blood collection are age, education, and attitude to rewarding donation.

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