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Technological innovations in the agri-food sector raise the issue of their acceptability by consumers and their market entry in Europe. Recent research on perceptions of [...]
2011-07 | Journal Article |
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Les innovations technologiques dans le secteur agro-alimentaire posent la double question de leur acceptabilité par les consommateurs et de leur mise sur le marché en E [...]
2011-07 | Journal Article |
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We evaluate the impact of different information sequences on participants’ hypothetical willingness to pay (WTP) for food produced using nanotechnology. In three treatm [...]
2011-08 | Journal Article |
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A calibrated model is used to determine the welfare impacts of various regulatory instruments for improving health. The results of a lab experiment are integrated in a pa [...]
2007 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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An experiment was conducted in France to evaluate the impact of health information on consumers' choice between two different types of fish. Successive messages revealing [...]
2006 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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A field experiment was conducted in France to evaluate the impact of health information on fish consumption. A warning given to the treatment group revealed the risks of [...]
2007 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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More and more frequently, consumer information is used as a management tool for health risks, through labelling, prevention or consumption recommendation programmes. We t [...]
2007-03 | Journal Article |
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An experiment was conducted in France to evaluate the impact of health information on consumer’s choice. Fish have positive and negative health attributes, and we focus [...]
2008-04 | Journal Article |
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De plus en plus fréquemment, l'information des consommateurs est utilisée comme un outil de gestion des risques sanitaires, par le biais de l'étiquetage, de programmes [...]
2007-03 | Journal Article |
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Many deficiencies in the capacity of a food system to deliver safe products are systemic in nature. We suggest a taxonomy of four general ways in which a systemic failure [...]
2002 | Working or Discussion Paper |