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International Survey on Coronavirus

An international team of researchers from 12 different institutions, including Harvard, Cambridge, IESE, and Warwick University, among others is collecting survey data on how citizens prepare and cope with the spreading coronavirus. So far there has been no assessment of how individuals perceive the situation and behave in response to it. Please note you must be over 18 to participate.

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About the research team

The research team consists of an international team of academics across 12 different international institutions. The investigators are listed below by institutions.
University of Warwick: Dr Christopher Roth, Dr Stefano Caria, Dr Thiemo Fetzer (also Visiting Fellow at LSE)
Oxford University: Dr Lukas Hensel, Margarita Gómez
Princeton University: Dr Johannes Haushofer
Cambridge University: Friedrich Goetz
University of California, San Diego/ Bocconi University: Dr Stefano Fiorin
Harvard Business School: Dr Jon Jachimowicz
Boston College: Dr Gordon Kraft-Todd
Expilab Research / ESCI-UPF: Andrew Ivchenko
Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Dr Erez Yoeli
IESE Business School: Dr Elena Reutskaja
NYU Abu Dhabi: Dr Marc Witte

Acknowledgements

Numerous volunteers helped in translating the main survey. We would like to thank Anxhela Bruci, Tsegay Gebrekidan Tekleselassie, Abis Getachew, Mohammad N. Sibai, Nadia Daniella, Irmasari Hafidz, Annisa Rahmalia, Ghinadhia Putri Andiya, Haikal Eki Ramadhan, Luthfia Ersyana Dianasari, Reny Agustine, Fauziah Mauly, Khandker Wahedur Rahman, Shabnam Nadiya, Abhradeep Maiti, Petya Pavlova, Milena Djourelova, Angela Jiang Wang (crossed checked), Julia Florit-Pons, Joan Ricard-Huguet, Nejla Asimovic, Lenka Fiala, Zikmund Bartoníček, Martin Čadek, Adam Ťápal, Gram Lu, Majken Christensen, Susanna Berkouwer, Lisette Swart, Myrthe J. Ottenhoff, Margaux Wienk, Piibi-Kai Kivik, Salar Rad, Jaako Merilainen, Liisa Laine, Baptiste Colin, Anne Tixier, Stephane Francioni, Vasia Papoutsaki, Marina Psiloutsikou, Tamara Kerzhner, Chagai Weiss, Guy Grossman, Yuval Natif, Elee Shimsoni, Iris Yoeli, Shambhavi Priyam, Barnabas Szaszi, Katalin Nagy, Miho Hansen, Tatsunori Ishii, DongWon Oh, Edmunds Vanags, Zulaikha Nizam, Nik Nurul Fatima, Arthur M. Chan, Hongdi Zhao , Prabesh Gyawali, Sundar Thapaliya, Aparajita Acharya, Jens Bugge, Wendy Nilsen, Simen Grythe, Adam Ostrowksi, Jakub Krupa, Luana Moraes, Thaís Barcellos, Parmveer Singh, Sonia Deol, Alex Nekrasov, Nikolina Sarcevic, Jelka Stojanov, Vera Vaš, Thembinkosi KM Rushwaya, Kaushi Kanankege, Miroslav Nemčok, Andrea Garaiova, Daniel Balaz, Angela Jiang Wang, Marta Fernandez, Another Moses, Solomon Michael, Gloria Kidulile, Johansein Rutaihwa, Silje Kristiansen, Åsa Karlström, Josefine Björkqvist, Nazeefa Fatima, Anna Holmström, Johnrev Guilaran, Anchisa Poonprasartporn, Nanthaka Fuseekul, Shizhuo Wang, Cemre Karaarslan, Mehmet Akif Elen, Emine Deniz, Umida Djuraeva, Toan Huynh Luu Duc, Lam Nguyen, Trudy Shanewise, Tram Nguyen, Antalique Tran, Ogunware Adedayo, Wuraola Oyewusi, Ibon Santiago, Egle Cekanaviciute, Niranjan Bharati R, Lambert Kwizera, Azra Kujundzic, Destin Ansito Keller, Anna Jos, Sajit M. Mathews, Helena Schweiger, Angela Jiang Wang, Julia Florit-Pons, Joan Ricard-Huguet, Maia Robakidze/Nana Khetsuriani/Tea Khoperia, Marianne Thomas, Kashaf Asim, Asad Liaqat, Ahsan Shoukat Iqbal, Niki Rathod, Sejal Deva, Satishchandra Gore, Vinayaka R. Prasad, Samatha Mudigonda, Said Farooq Shah, Larisa Krupskaya, Kateryna Poradiuk, Olga Ceran (Polonium Foundation).
We would like to thank and acknowledge contribution of Borderless Access for their data collection support.
We would like to thank Michael P. Hickey, Director, IntelliSurvey
Part of this research was sponsored by Prolific — for which we are very grateful

Don't see your language on here and want to help?

If you don't see your language here, you can help by translating the survey instrument to your language. You can find the survey instrument in English here. There are instructions in there on how you can help out! Thanks a lot.

Project details on OSF

If you want to adapt/use the survey of the "Measuring Worldwide COVID-19 Attitudes and Beliefs" project, please feel free to do so. Details and citation are available at https://osf.io/3sn2k/

About data

Anonymized data will be made available for non-commercial research use. More details will follow soon. We obtained exempt IRB review E-2065 from MIT.

Data sharing

Anonymized data will be made available for non-commercial research use. More details will follow soon.

Do you want to support this research? Do you have any questions?

We are looking for donors to help support further data collection, particularly, but not exclusively in developing countries. If you want to support this work, please contact us via email at t.r.fetzer@lse.ac.uk