Payment Methods

Introduction

Tom Swanton, Ellen Garbarino, Sharon Collard and Sally Gainsbury seek papers for a meta-analysis on the impact of payment method on spending behaviour

Call for papers for meta-analysis on the impact of payment method on spending behaviour

We are currently conducting a systematic review and meta-analysis on the impact of payment method on consumer spending behaviour.

If you or your colleagues have any potentially relevant unpublished manuscripts or working papers, we would be very grateful if you could send them to us at thomas.swanton@sydney.edu.au by January 31, 2021.

Outcomes of interest include actual spending behaviour (e.g., dollar value spent), as well as proxies of spending behaviour (e.g., willingness to pay, retrospective recall of amount spent). The context of interest is day-to-day spending, including on both essential/non-discretionary items (e.g., groceries) and non-essential/discretionary items (e.g., recreational and entertainment activities).

Many thanks,

Tom Swanton, PhD Candidate
School of Psychology, The University of Sydney, Australia
thomas.swanton@sydney.edu.au

Professor Ellen Garbarino – Sydney Business School, The University of Sydney, Australia

Professor Sharon Collard – Personal Finance Research Centre, University of Bristol, United Kingdom

Associate Professor Sally Gainsbury – School of Psychology, The University of Sydney, Australia