Vegan/Vegetarian-Living Participants wanted for Behavioral Economics Studies

What is it about?
The EconLab at the Leibniz Institute of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops (IGZ) in cooperation with Humboldt University is looking for test subjects for an exciting scientific study on the topic of nutrition.
As part of the project "food4future", you will answer various questions on the screen and solve simple tasks. The experiment will take approx. one hour.

Who are we looking for? 
We are looking for people over 18 who eat a vegan or a vegetarian diet and live in the greater Berlin area.

How much is the payment? 
In each study there is a fixed as well as a performance-based amount.
On average you can earn 23€/hour.

Who are we?
The Leibniz Institute of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops (IGZ) is a research institute of the Leibniz Association. The IGZ conducts basic plant research with a view to possible uses for vegetable and ornamental plants and the use of plant biodiversity. Among other things, the IGZ researches how vegetables and plant-based foods can best contribute to food security.

Where do the studies take place? 
The study will take place in Berlin. The address will be given in the invitation to a specific date.

How can I participate?

Register now via the study website. After your registration, you will receive a non-binding email invitation to our study within the next few weeks.
For more information, please visit the registration page or send an email to

Thank you for your support! 
The IGZ EconLab team             


Do you have any questions about the studies? Don't hesitate to contact the EconLab:

The EconLab was founded as part of food4future. If you are interested in participating in one of the studies at the EconLab:

Study Flyer (EN)

About the EconLab

The EconLab at the Leibniz Institute of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops (IGZ) is a mobile behavioral economics laboratory that examines the behaviour of consumers and experts in the food system at different locations.

Subjects answer questions on screen and perform computer-based tests for which they receive a monetary compensation. Thus, we will gain new insights into human behaviour under different conditions.