Conference

Food-Health-Economics-Workshop

June 7–8, 2018

Manufacture des tabacs, Toulouse

Room MS 001

The Food and Health Economics Workshop will take place at the Toulouse School of Economics (TSE) June 7 and 8, 2018. The Food and Health Economics Workshop brings together researchers from around the world working in the field of Food and Health Economics.
The workshop provides a forum that encourages the development, critical appraisal and dissemination of methodological research related to food and health economics. In this regard empirical, theoretical and experimental papers will be selected on the basis of their contribution to the advance of the knowledge on the topic.


Local organizers 

Céline Bonnet (TSE-R, INRA), Catarina Goulão (TSE-R, INRA), Vincent Réquillart (TSE-R, INRA).


Scientific committee

 Timothy Beatty (U.C. Davis), John Cawley (U. Cornell), Helmuth Cremer (TSE-R), Pierre Dubois (TSE-R), Fabrice Etilé (INRA, PSE), Jayson Lusk (U. Purdue), Mario Mazzocchi (U. Bologna), Franco Sassi (Imperial College), Luigi Siciliani (U. York, UK) and local organizers.


Contact

 fhew2018.conf@tse-fr.eu

List of communications

Zichen Deng (University of Amsterdam), A Bit of Salt, A Trace of Life: Long-Run Impacts of Salt Iodization in China, Food-Health-Economics-Workshop, Manufacture des tabacs, Toulouse, June 7–8, 2018, room MS 001.

Mario Mazzocchi (University of Bologna), Between preferences and references: Evidence from Great Britain on asymmetric price elasticities, Food-Health-Economics-Workshop, Manufacture des tabacs, Toulouse, June 7–8, 2018, room MS 001.

Matthias Staudigel (Technical University of Munich), Effects of nutrients, Brand, and flavor type on demand for differentiated chips products in the U.S, Food-Health-Economics-Workshop, Manufacture des tabacs, Toulouse, June 7–8, 2018, room MS 001.

Yanjun Ren (University of Kiel), Family income and health: Evidence from Food Consumption in China, Food-Health-Economics-Workshop, Manufacture des tabacs, Toulouse, June 7–8, 2018, room MS 001.

Di Fang (University of Arkansas), Impact of Exposure to the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program on Children’s Body Mass Index, Food-Health-Economics-Workshop, Manufacture des tabacs, Toulouse, June 7–8, 2018, room MS 001.

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