Sort by:

Display:

Collections:

Format:

AgEcon Search 225 records found 1 - 10nextlast  jump to record: Search took 0.05 seconds. 
1.
This study relates habit persistence and trust to recurring food safety incidents in the context of a series of three BSE incidents in Canada. We examined the dynamics of [...]
2009 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
2.
Interest in the influence of trust on consumers’ responses to food risk perceptions associated with Canadian instances of BSE motivates this study, in which Canadian ho [...]
2011 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
3.
4.
This study investigates evidence of non-compensatory preferences by incorporating attribute cutoffs into the modeling of consumer choices in the context of food with heal [...]
2010 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
5.
Household-level Canadian meat purchases from 2002-2008, household-level egg purchases from 2002-2005 and Food Opinion Survey in 2008 were used to understand how consumers [...]
2010 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
6.
7.
This paper adopts an approach based on the concepts of random utility maximization and builds on the general theoretical framework of Lancaster and on the conceptual and [...]
2005 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
8.
Heterogeneous tastes across consumers can be captured by random coefficients in a mixed logit (ML) model. However, other types of factors that may not directly affect ta [...]
2004 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
9.
Consumers' attitudes to genetically modified (GM) food ingredients and their reactions to and preferences for labeling of GM food are topical issues for Canadian food pol [...]
2004 | Working or Discussion Paper |
10.
Household-level Canadian scanner data from 2002 – 2005 were used to identify consumer reactions to the early BSE discoveries that severely impacted Canada’s beef indu [...]
2009 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |