Infographic | Factors of reluctance to vaccinate against COVID-19 | Andrew Clark
This new infographic, based on the work of Andrew Clark, provides an analysis of the factors behind COVID-19 vaccine reluctance.
Based on the work:
Borga Liyousew G., Clark Andrew E., D’Ambrosio Conchita and Lepinteur Anthony, 2022, Characteristics associated with COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy, Sci Rep 12, 12435.
Andrew Clark is a professor at Paris School of Economics and director of research at the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS).
His research interests include applied microeconomics, behavioural economics, health and well-being.
- Borga Liyousew, Clark Andrew, D’Ambrosio Conchita, Lepinteur Anthony and Vögele Claus, 2022, “Risk Aversion and COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy”, University of Luxembourg.
- Barreiro Luis and Randolph Harley, 2020, “Herd Immunity: Understanding COVID-19”, Immunity, 52, 737–741.
- Benzeval Michaela, Blake Margaret, Green Michael, Moore Jamie, Niedzwiedz Claire, Reeve Kelly, Robertson Elaine and Vittal Katikireddi Srinivasa, 2021, “Predictors of COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in the UK household longitudinal study”, Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 94, 41–50.
- D’Ambrosio Conchita, Lutz Annika, Vögele Claus and Yin Remi, 2020, “How do different confinement measures affect people in Luxembourg, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Sweden? First COME‐HERE Report”, University of Luxembourg.
- Min Wong Rachel and Xiao Xizhu, 2020, “Vaccine hesitancy and perceived behavioral control: A meta-analysis”, Vaccine, 38, 5131–5138.
* This infographic is part of the new Economics for everybody formula.