Information about the study
Please read the below text carefully and get in contact if any questions remain.
Contact person (full name): Robert Finger (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Agricultural Economics and Policy Group, ETH Zurich
Conducting person: Niklas Möhring (email@example.com)
Data Protection Officer ETH Zurich: Tomislav Mitar, firstname.lastname@example.org
What is the purpose of this study?
The objective of the study is to assess challenges and solutions for sustainable pest management in the heterogeneous global agriculture based on opinions of global experts on the topic. Survey results will only be used to inform researchers, policymakers and food-value chain actors on the heterogeneous global challenges and potential priorities for policies and tools for more sustainable pest management.
How much time will I be expected to invest? Are there any risks or benefits?
The survey will take about 10 minutes.
There are no risks involved: Data will be treated anonymously and participation in this study is voluntary.
This study was approved by the ETH Zurich Ethics Commission.
Which data are collected?
Data on your expertise of sustainable pest management, as well as your evaluation of key challenges.
How are my data treated?
The data will be processed and stored anonymously only at servers of ETH Zürich, in Switzerland. No conclusions can be drawn about individual participants. Only people involved in the project can access the original data. The data is anonymized before it is archived and made accessible for research purposes. The members of the ETH Zurich ethics committee can view the original data for testing and control purposes, but with strict observance of confidentiality.
What are my rights to the data?
You may request comprehensive information about data that were collected from you in the study at any time. You also have the right to have them corrected, handed over to you, barred for processing, or deleted. You may revoke your consent to the processing of your data at any time without giving reasons. Your contact person for related requests is given above.
Who funds the study?
The study is self-funded by the Agricultural Economics and Policy group, ETH Zurich.