Here is the first paper from COBHAM research team! The paper was presented at the Third Annual Workshop on Crowdsourcing and Online Behavioral Experiments (COBE 2015).

The World Wide Web has resulted in new and unanticipated avenues for conducting large-scale behavioral experiments. Crowdsourcing sites like Amazon Mechanical Turk, and oDesk have given researchers access to a large participant pool that operates around the world and around the clock
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Our paper deals  with the great policy interest for behavioural interventions and its effectivness with respect to traditional policy instruments, particularly concerning the behavioural change spills over in time and across contexts.