A Quanlitative Study on Timebank : Understanding the impact of drivers/barriers and personal values on commitment
Abstract: Background: Understanding how coherently commitment and basic human values shaping and affecting timebank, one of the popular peer-to-peer exchange system. With time banking, a person with own skill set can trade hours of work for equal hours for another member using hours for paying or being paid for services. Thesis aim: Understanding the impact of drivers/barriers and personal values and how these are connected to the commitment Methodology A quantitative study with forty-seven timebanks across three different country – USA, New Zealand and India. Survey were conducted to collect data and later SPSS has been used for analyzation Findings: Values play significant role to shape commitment to timebank and commitment and personal values has relationship with drivers and barriers of participation in timebank.
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